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We’re hiring!

Coffey Architects is hiring an experienced qualified project architect We are looking for a curious and confident project architect with 5+ years of experience. This person will run projects, run teams and deliver high quality work on site. We’d ideally love someone with strong opinions about good, sustainable design. About the ideal candidate: / experience […]

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Coffey Architects team does CDW

Spotted: Some of the team enjoying the view atop the Icons of Denmark showroom last week for Clerkenwell Design Week 2022. We love being a part of London’s vibrant design community!

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Coffey shortlisted for Henry Moore Foundation learning hub

We are please to announce we have been shortlisted to redevelop the Sheep Field Barn Gallery at the Henry Moore Foundation in Perry Green, Hertfordshire. A £2.5 million interpretation centre will redevelop and extend the 20+ year old Hawkins\Brown complex to deliver new learning and engagement facilities for the Foundation. Henry Moore Foundation chief operating […]

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Phil Coffey on Wellbeing in the Workplace at The Watercooler Event

Last week director Phil Coffey had the honour of speaking at The Watercooler Event about wellbeing in the workplace. About the event: ‘The world of work is changing at an exponential rate. With Workplace Wellbeing high on the board agenda it’s crucial that professionals understand the challenges, the trends and the solutions that are immediately available to them and […]

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Colm Lacey joins Coffey Architects

Colm Lacey, former chief executive and managing director of Brick by Brick and Common Ground Architecture, is joining Coffey Architects as a senior consultant at an exciting time of growth for the practice. Lacey, an economist and urban designer by background, has held director level positions at multiple local and regional authorities leading on regeneration, […]

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