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Fygo is a London-based architecture and design studio co-founded by Carlos Foyedo and Luis Grilo. We met while studying at the School of Architecture in Porto and in 2010 began working together developing a joint practice that in the following years laid the foundations of what became fygo.
We are committed to delivering distinctive and well crafted schemes. In each project we seek a comprehensive understanding of our clients’ needs and aim to work with all available resources. From concept to construction, context and sustainability are critical to our approach.
Our work expresses our interest in narrative and the way it takes shape across the fields of architecture, interiors, installation and furniture.






Carlos Foyedo
(BArch MArch ARB)

Carlos attained his Master's degree in Architecture from Porto University in 2011 which included a year of study at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. Carlos joined Belsize Architects in London in 2014 as project architect where over four years he delivered several high-end private residential schemes. He also worked with Faye Toogood and Moxon Architects on a wide range of projects. These include the conversion of a former office building into 70 residential units in Wandsworth, the fit-out of the M&S offices in Paddington and the new Johnson & Johnson headquarters.

Luis Grilo
(DipArch ARB)

Luis graduated with distinction in Architecture from Porto University in 2009. Prior to moving to London he worked in Zurich and Porto. He joined IPT Architects in 2013 where he led the delivery of the RIBA Regional Award winning Howe Farm. In 2015 Luis joined Piercy&Company where he was part of the team that worked on the redevelopment of Camden Lock Market. He took a lead role in the design of a residential scheme in Paddington Green and in the delivery of Spring Place and Princelet Street projects. He worked as project architect on the new office-led scheme for King’s Cross R8 and on a series of co-working fit-out projects.


fygo studio 2020 | London, UK















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