Anil Mistry


BA (Hons) DipArch MArch RIBA

Anil studied at Sheffield University and joined Eric Parry Architects in 2006. He was appointed Associate in 2014.

Currently Anil is the Associate leading the Chelsea Barracks Phase 4 Team. The scheme for Qatari Diar consists of three high-end residential buildings arranged around a private courtyard with a large public square located at the heart of the Chelsea Barracks development. Below ground accommodation includes car parking, plant space and residents’ amenities incorporating a Bath & Racquet club with a 25m pool and tennis court. The scheme is on site and on schedule to complete in June 2021.

Prior to that Anil oversaw as an Associate the RIBA National award-winning Welding Institute scheme in Cambridge. Formed of three interconnected buildings, it provides R+D Laboratories, testing facilities and office space as well as a new post graduate education facility with conference facilities, a lecture theatre, restaurant and café spaces.

He also worked on the 10 Fenchurch Avenue office scheme (now renamed 120 Fenchurch Street), where he was involved in the development of the practice’s competition-winning design through to planning, and as Project Architect on the practice’s Athletes Village scheme for the London 2012 Olympics. The new-build housing development forms part of a wider regeneration project for East London and provides a mixture of market and affordable tenure apartments with some complementary non-residential uses. Anil has been involved in a number of the practice’s competition, such as the winning scheme for the redevelopment masterplan of the Hotel Suvretta House in St Moritz in Switzerland.

Anil has a keen interest in the use of CAD and BIM software and has helped Eric Parry Architects develop procedures and protocols to improve efficiency and productivity. Before joining Eric Parry Architects Anil worked on several major office schemes in London for EPR Architects.

Anil Mistry
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