Who we are
We are a friendly, open-minded team of architects whose work is inspired by people, culture 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.
“Collaboration means someone else is in the room to be a critic and that’s a great thing.” Valuable insight from… https://t.co/LJBBt1vEBQ
Moor’s Nook, our recently completed housing development, has been shortlisted for three prestigious industry awards: / 2018 AJ Architecture Award, Housing Development up to £10m – shortlisted (judging pending) / 2018 Building Award, Housing Project of the Year – shortlisted (judging pending) / 2018 Brick Award, Large Housing Development – shortlisted (judging pending) The 3400 […]
Designed for Wallpaper* Handmade 2018 under the theme “Wellness + Wonder”, the Stepwell Table is a collaboration with Spanish surfaces company Compac. Illuminated from within, it presents a “mini-architecture” inspired by an ancient Indian well dedicated to the goddess of joy. The table was photographed for the August print issue of Wallapaper* magazine, and Coffey Architects’ associate Michael […]
Coffey Architects’ RIBA Award-winning Hidden House has been longlisted for the first ever Dezeen Awards, in the House category. Only 218 projects of 3,500 submissions (from 91 different countries) made the cut across 8 different categories. The House category longlist is full of clever interpretations of home from across the globe. We’re in great company- […]
This week, BD’s architecture critic Ike Ijeh reviewed Moor’s Nook, our recently completed housing project for retirement living specialists PegasusLife. “Moor’s Nook provides as eloquent an expression as any of an architecture conceived with the idea of community at its heart,” Ijeh writes. “Like all the best urban architecture, this is a building experienced in […]
This article was originally published on BD, 24/7/2018. Read it here. At noon on June 21, architects, actors, family and friends gathered to watch a shaft of light pass through a cleft cut into the dense architecture of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts on Gower Street. This shaft of light passes deep into the building […]