From Old English, pronounced “fain” meaning:
Used in the following sense:
“to make attractive”
Fægen began in 2015, initially by working as a freelance architectural designer, draughtsman and consultant on a variety of projects, George Williams created Fægen in order to generate income while studying for his Part II Masters in architecture.
Off the back of these projects the company has evolved and now exists as Fægen Ltd
Offering architectural, furniture, joinery, and product design as well as project management, planning permission and building control management to a range of clients.
Fægen Limited are currently working on several projects at varying stages of the design and construction process
On site: Across UK & Europe
Where necessary: Digital media, instantaneous communications & cloud based servers mean 24/7 working is possible from any location with a secure and stable internet connection
In June 1994 Ryevale Warden Teak, a family bred pedigree Holstein from a small dairy herd Herefordshire won the supreme champion at the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show. An unlikely feat considering the level of competition. Fain Holsteins were the herd, named after the suffix of familial home, Gwylordyfain