BA (Oxon) BSc (East London) DipArch (UCL) RIBA
Justin Sayer studied zoology at Oxford University and architecture at the Polytechnic/University of East London and The Bartlett (University College of London).
He joined Eric Parry Architects in 1996 and was appointed Associate in 2003 and Associate Director in 2007.
Justin is currently leading a number of projects including the redevelopment of 7 Old Park Lane, an extension and refurbishment of a Mayfair office building for Romeo London Limited and 1-3 Grosvenor Square for The Lodha Group where, following the successful delivery of a planning application for 44 super prime apartments, EPA are acting as the façade architect. This is a complex delivery involving the careful dismantling of the facade and, following the construction of a new structural frame and basements, the façade re-assembly with subtle alterations to meet modern performance standards without compromising appearance. He is also working on a 143 key hotel in Soho and gained planning permission in March 2016 for The Shiva Hotel Group.
Prior to these projects Justin led the redevelopment of 54-57 Great Marlborough Street, a complex mixed-use development for Henderson Global Investors until 2014 and headed teams on a refurbishment project for Derwent London and a Cross Rail over site development office proposal at Liverpool Street.
Justin led the 50 New Bond Street and 14 St George Street project for Scottish Widows to successful completion, creating two high quality office buildings within a highly restricted urban site surrounded by listed buildings. He was also involved in the BCO Award winning & Stirling shortlisted office building at 5 Aldermanbury Square, including the redevelopment of the public square for the City of London Corporation.
Justin has worked on a diverse range of projects such as the regeneration of Portsmouth Historic Boatyard, feasibility studies for four new DLR stations, and a sustainable community in Millbank, Aberdeenshire. Other projects include a private residence with underground spa in Hamilton Terrace, London, a clubhouse for the Royal Garden residential development in Shanghai, the regeneration of the London Bridge Environs and the masterplan for Granta Park in Cambridgeshire. Justin is responsible for championing sustainability at Eric Parry Architects.
Prior to joining the practice Justin worked for Behnisch und Partners in Stuttgart and for Koski Solomon and Ruthven in London.