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.
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 […]
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 […]
Coffey Architects with SMEG have been announced winners of the coveted Best Collaboration Award! The installation will run for six months, with corresponding events in the flagship store. Read more on Wallpaper.com.
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 […]
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.