FleaFollyArchitects are spatial-storytellers who use narrative and fiction to discover, explore and invent unique architectural propositions encompassing all scales. Operating across, and blurring the boundaries between the fields of architecture, design, fashion, art and installation, they use craft as a key component of their work in trying to bring speculative worlds to the wider audience.
Their work has been published extensively in books and journals such as Mark Magazine, Blueprint, Icon, Domus and the Architectural Review. They have exhibited around the world, notably at the Design Museum in London, RAW Gallery of Architecture in Winnipeg, Sci-Arc in Los Angeles and the Beijing Biennale.
FleaFollyArchitects was founded in London by Pascal Bronner and Thomas Hillier who met whilst completing their Masters in Architecture at the Bartlett School of Architecture. Since graduating both founders have worked for award winning architecture practices in London where they gained experience across all sectors of the construction Industry. They currently teach Architecture at University of Greenwich, the Bartlett, and London Metropolitan University.
Drawing upon their multi-disciplinary experience in both architectural practice and through architectural teaching, their objective – no matter what the subject – remains the same: to surprise and delight!