White Table

The aim of the practice is simple. To fully involve you the client in order to achieve your objective. This is because your input is important to the process. You are invited to meet around a 'white table' to participate 100% in the design. We work with you to create and amplify your ideas about living, working and playing, approaching each design as a new entity, be it your house, office, gallery.

Felicity Atekpe is architect and principal of White Table, working in community, educational, residential, theatre and arts buildings.

She studied architecture at the Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow School of Art and graduated in 1995. She has been in private practise since 2002. She worked with Jeremy Dixon and Edward Jones on the Royal Opera house and National Portrait Gallery extension. She was project architect for the National Library of Women at Wright and Wright, and also project architect for the Peterborough Odeon at Tim Foster Architects both of which won various RIBA prizes.