1 Undershaft, the new tallest building in the City of London, which includes the creation of a large public square and public viewing gallery, has received resolution to grant planning consent from the City of London Corporation’s Planning Committee.
The new music school at Brighton College has won a ‘Public and Community’ award from the Sussex Heritage Trust. The Trust promotes high quality design in conservation, preservation and rejuvenation projects across East and West Sussex. The judges were particularly impressed by the bold design in a sensitive historic context and high quality of the detailing.
More details of the awards can be found here.
Following its success in the RIBA London Awards, 8 St James’s Square has gone on to win an RIBA National Award. The National Awards are given to buildings across the UK that are recognised as having made a significant contribution to architecture.
You can find out more details of the project on Architecture.com...
Eric Parry RA gave a fascinating lecture at Bedford School on 'Architecture', as part of the Gilbert Lloyd Art Lecture series on 29th January 2015.
The Royal College of Art hosts Meeting Architecture, a series of lectures organised by the British School at Rome.Watch video...
Eric Parry discusses the design of 5 Aldermanbury Square. Project page
Art Consultancy: Modus Operandi.
AJ Eric Parry's Eagle Place
A dandy on Piccadilly
Beyond the blusher
Simon Allford on Eric Parry at Piccadilly
Eric Parry’s Context: Architecture and the Genius of Place is now published by Wiley, and available on book shelves. A three-year tour de force, Eric Parry’s Context condenses a life of architectural teaching and practice in some of the most concrete aspects of urbanity and architecture: pavements, horizon, simultaneity, kinetics, and artifice. Containing lived examples of cities and architecture throughout the world, Eric Parry’s overarching range is also informed by his personal exchanges with architects Álvaro Siza, Caruso St John, Grafton Architects, muf, and Latz + Partner, among many others. The book contains unique hand drawings by Eric Parry, and photography by Dirk Lindner. ISBN 978-1-119-95271-8
The third in the series of monographs on recent work by Eric Parry Architects, this volume follows prominent projects from St Martin-in-the-Fields, Savile Row and New Bond Street to Threadneedle Street in London and the Holburne Museum in Bath, ending with the promise of One Eagle Place, Piccadilly. With an introduction by Dalibor Vesely, the main text by Edwin Heathcote, and captions and text by Eric Parry, Volume 3 focuses on the most recent interventions in the Cities of London and Westminster. ISBN 978-1-908967039
Eric Parry Architects 2 continues the critical appraisal of the practice’s work, providing an in-depth analysis of projects as diverse as 5 Aldermanbury Square, Timothy Taylor Gallery and the award winning renovation and reorganisation of St Martin-in-the-Fields.
This is the first of two volumes covering Eric Parry Architects' work from the 1980s to the present.Wilfried Wang considers EPA's importance within architectural discourse, examining their concerns with materiality, attention to detail, craftsmanship and compositional structures. The book is prefaced by architectural theoretician Dalibor Vesely.
Listening to Old Buildings David Littlefield, Saskia Lewis Wiley-Academy
Buildings and Projects
Richard Stonehouse, Eric Parry
Black Dog Publishing 2007
Graham Bizley Elsevier Science & Technology