Nick Farnell

Nick Farnell


NFA Architects

Nick Farnell is the design director at NFA Architects Ltd, an established and experienced small architectural practice with five employees in Thanet, Kent that predominantly serves central London. It operates in several sectors including residential, commercial and education.

Career Overview

Nick is a qualified architect with over 23 years of experience in the industry, garnered from working across many sectors spanning different building types, from high-end gyms to spas, theatre to home cinema, Crown courts to schools and hotels to homes.

He has been a director of NFA Architects since its inception, with his and the company’s forte now lying in the design of challenging schemes, for example, works on Grade I listed buildings in some of the most prestigious locations across London.

In the News

RIBA’s August Future Trends survey shows lingering concerns remain despite optimism

News | Published October 20th 2021, 9:56 am

The Royal Institute of British Architects [RIBA] has published the results of its latest Future Trends survey, which provides a monthly report of the business and employment trends which affect the architecture industry.Read more →

“Our whole working practice has changed”: NFA Architects' Farnell reflects on Covid-19 pandemic

News | Published August 9th 2021, 8:53 am

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought about a fundamental shift in the way that people work across multiple industry sectors.Read more →

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