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.
Every Monday at Coffey Architects we run a session called Coffey & Croissants – a breakfast and a chat to start our week thinking about good design. Over the past year, we have been lucky enough to hear from several developers, planners, artists and architects about their work, history, ethos and views on the world around us. […]
On site: Checking out the unparalleled joinery work on a private home project, completing soon! https://t.co/f2x7mLdcfk
Coffey Architects has been chosen to design a new multi-million-pound digital technology hub for Norwich City College. Currently called ‘The Digi-Tech Factory’, it will house the college’s full- and part-time technology, engineering and design courses in one building. Its presence will add to the already thriving digital tech sector in Norfolk and Suffolk by supporting […]
From the archives: Cloister, the Qingdao Iron and Steel Group HQ https://t.co/Do7MpjVhZL
Coffey Architects has completed four premium apartments for developer Stanhope at Television Centre in White City. Located on the site of the original BBC headquarters in White City, the AHMM-led project has re-imagined the iconic complex as a mixed-use piece of city open to the public. It celebrates the architecture, iconography and legacy of the […]
Coffey Architects has won approval to add a well-lit, elliptical, roof-top reading room to a university library in central London. Islington Council has granted planning permission for the extension and refurbishment of the library for City, University of London, with the scheme set to begin on site this summer and expected to complete by winter […]
Q1, a three-storey commercial office space designed by Coffey Architects for King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership (KCCLP), has started on site on the corner of York Way and Handyside Street. Q1 is one of the final buildings along the northern side of Handyside Street to be taken on site, completing this part of the regeneration […]