Who we are

We are a friendly, open-minded team of architects whose work is inspired by people, context and light. We co-create useful places, taking every opportunity to add beauty along the way.

Whatever the project – big or small, bold or sensitive – we answer your brief without ever losing sight of your practical, budgetary or commercial needs or wants.

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LONDON SQUARE BERMONDSEY SCHEME SHORTLISTED FOR 2018 NEW LONDON AWARD

Our Bermondsey scheme for London Square has been shortlisted for a 2018 New London Award in the Mixed-Use category. Part of a larger collaborative masterplan by AHMM, we have designed 70 new flats and Tannery Arts’ gallery and maker studios on Plot 1 of London Square Bermondsey. Our designs complete the perimeter block of terraced […]

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Workshop 3: Londonon Milan

  Following successful workshops in London and El Ejido, we’re in Milan this week with our rolling research programme, Londonon, exploring the urban section. Alongside other collaborating London-based studios and the local One Works team, we’ll be investigating intensification, urban regeneration, infrastructure and mixed-use. Watch this space for more.

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Coffey Architects and Smeg reveal intricate shadow-casting screen for 2018 RIBA Regent Street Windows

For the 2018 RIBA Regent Street Windows competition, Coffey Architects has designed a dynamic window display for Italian cooking brand Smeg’s flagship London store. The installation celebrates the launch Smeg’s new Linea built-in collection. Through a hands-on process of iterative refinement, and close collaboration with structural engineers Morph Structures, the architects explored installation options that […]

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Venice Biennale 2018: Phil Coffey for the Architects’ Journal

Bye bye Venice. Leaving in a taxi …The Doges Palace, those columns, those capitals … full of stories … one purportedly portrays the seven deadly sins. Here are mine from the last 24 hours. Envy. Is a terrible thing…and I’m full of it for the first installation at the Arsenale – an essay in construction […]

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