Nigel Bidwell

Nigel is a chartered architect and Partner at Farrells with over fifteen years of experience. The practice is renowned for creating adaptive mixed-use complexes in London, delivering them to the highest standard of design quality, Nigel provides the link between the studio’s architecture with its urban design thinking. He leads a number of large-scale redevelopment projects for some of Londons most strategic sites, working with exciting clients to deliver schemes, among others, for Earls Court, Convoys Wharf and Old Oak Common.
Nigel is passionate about creating successful places for people to enjoy, dwell and flourish whilst addressing the challenges that our cities face today including population growth, land value and the modal shifts to sustainable forms of transport. This has led Nigel to lead the practice’s research into urban density and the future effect of autonomous vehicles on public realm and he regularly contributes to a number of the practice’s publications and articles.
Nigel actively enjoys understanding and debating design and he is currently a member of a number of design review panels including Hammersmith and Fulham, Wandsworth, for Home Group and more recently Design South East.