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Developing the City

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Art meets architecture

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Brighton College Music & Drama Schools

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Making Architecture in the City

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Rethinking the work place

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Stephen Cox artwork unveiled

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Innovation and applied technology

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Contemporary living

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Intersecting architecture and the arts

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Renewing museums and galleries

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Fen Court on BBC Two

May 2019

Fen Court’s roof garden featured on BBC Gardeners’ World episode 12 with Eric Parry interviewed on location. The episode was recently broadcast on BBC Two and is now available online. Watch now

With a landscape designed by Latz + Partner and Land Use crowning the Eric Parry Architects’ project, the garden provides a crucial place of rest and interlude right at the heart of the City of London. Opening times for Garden at 120

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LFA Panel Discussion and Tours (June 2019)

May 2019

Eric Parry Architects are revisiting their St Martin-in-the Fields project 10 years on, as part of St Martin’s ‘Building Futures Campaign’. The Campaign seeks to expand the theological and music programmes alongside maintaining and enhancing the existing buildings and spaces that transformed this London landmark.

Today the more transient nature of cities and how we are now occupying public space and buildings, is allowing these places to be inhabited more fluidly, creatively and imaginatively – the boundary between spaces and places is being released. How are public places evolving and responding to the changing nature of how people are inhabiting them? Panel discussion - 26th June, Building Tour - 3rd June, 8th June and 24th June.

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4 Pancras Square wins RIBA National Award 2019

July 2019

Eric Parry Architects’ 4 Pancras Square has won an RIBA National Award 2019. Our design tops the newly opened urban square in between Kings’ Cross and St Pancras in what used to be a brownfield site for many years, punctuated by Victorian gasometers at the northwest end. The gasometers have since been moved across Regent’s Canal, but the topography and the memory of the industrial era of this site remain surprisingly alive in the continuation of the horizon of the square across the entrance level of our building and reflected on its weathering steel structure. 4 Pancras Square achieved a BREEAM 2014 Outstanding. Read more


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Making Architecture in the City

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Southwark Gateway

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5 Aldermanbury Square

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10 Paternoster Square

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30 Finsbury Square, Islington

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our work 1

Designed more than a decade ago on a very low budget, these studios were created from the building remains of a redundant launderette turned auto repair yard.
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our work 2

The renewal project at St Martin-in-the-Fields is one of the most significant and complex undertaken in London. Plans for St Martin's are set against a rich backdrop of heritage, community and faith that is simultaneously sacred and secular.
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