BSc Hons (QUB), DipArch DipBRS (OBU), RIBA
Tanya Parkin studied architecture at The Queens University of Belfast and Oxford Brookes University, qualifying as an architect in 1998. She joined EPA in 2001 and became an Associate 2006.
Tanya was project architect for the office building and associated public realm at 5 Aldermanbury Square in the City of London, from the pre planning stages through to completion. Completed in 2007, the 19 storey office building was shortlisted for the Stirling prize and won BCO and RIBA awards.
Other commercial projects include 10 Fenchurch Street, a large 15 storey office development with public roof garden in the City of London and the recently completed 8 St James’s Square, both of which she took to successful planning permissions as project associate. The mixed use development at 185 Park Street, on London’s South Bank, included a 27 storey residential tower was taken to planning submission.
Tanya has a diverse range of experience within the practice and has also delivered smaller scale projects, such as Old Wardour House, a private residence in Wiltshire and the Hauser and Wirth Gallery on Savile Row, London. She has been involved with Timothy Taylor Gallery, a private residence in Eaton Place and recent proposals for a residential refurbishment in Kensington Palace Gardens. She has also worked on a wide range of competition proposals.
Before joining the practice Tanya worked in Australia followed by five years at Munkenbeck + Marshall in London. Here she completed a variety of projects which included a high-end residence with associated pool house, a summer house and the RIBA award winning Visitors Centre at Mount Stuart, Isle of Bute.