Guy Parkinson

Guy Parkinson

BA (Hons), DipArch, ARB

Guy studied at Leicester School of Architecture, and joined EPA in 2007. He has worked in practices in London and the Channel Islands.

Guy worked on the Grade I listed Holburne Museum in Bath and was project architect for the glass and faience façade as well as working on all areas of the building including planning, design development, detailed design and construction. The project was completed in March 2011.

Since then he has worked on various projects, including the faience facades of One Eagle Place in Piccadilly and St Helen’s Place in the City. Other office projects include a large scale office development in Jersey and Central London.

Guy has also worked on successful competition winning schemes for Brighton College of Music and Morley House Hotel.

Other projects he has worked on include the Timothy Taylor Gallery in Mayfair, the Four Seasons Hotel Spa in Park Lane and residential schemes in Oxford and central London.

Before joining EPA, Guy worked on various projects at ORMS including offices and a Cricket Pavilion and Music Department for Uppingham School. Prior to that Guy worked for Annette Fisher on a Sports pavilion for St Albans School.

Guy was appointed as Associate for EPA in 2014.

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