Ros Cohen

Associate

MA (CANTAB) DipArch ARB

Ros studied at Cambridge University and the University of East London. She joined the practice in 1999 and was appointed Associate in 2010. Currently she is running the architectural client monitoring team for Phase 4 of the Chelsea Barracks residential development and recently she oversaw the completion of a prestigious mixed-use project for the Portman Estate in Seymour Street, London, comprising of five floors of offices, 24 high-quality apartments, a restaurant and community space.

Prior to this, Ros was Project Architect for the construction of the base build shell for the Leathersellers, which houses office space and new livery accommodation. She joined this project during construction having previously worked on the design stage of the interiors for the livery accommodation.

She has also acted as Project Architect for the interior fit-out of new and renovated high-quality residential accommodation in Regent Street, London for the Crown Estate and she led on the interior design of a new spa for the Four Seasons Hotel in central London, which is housed in a new rooftop extension also designed by Eric Parry Architects. The project included designing all the furniture, fixtures and fittings for use in the spa.

As Project Architect Ros was also involved in the team designing several new spaces below ground, and refurbishing others above ground, for the iconic St Martins in the Fields in London. She was also part of the design team for the Royal Lancaster Hotel during construction stage, Project Architect on the Wimbledon School of Art project and part of the design team as well as site architect for Phase 3 of the Spa for the refurbishment of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Hyde Park.

Before joining Eric Parry Architects Ros worked for Pringle Richards Sharratt. She also spent four years in Kuala Lumpur working for C’Arch Architecture and Design and then Siab (M) Sdn Bhd Management Contractors as a site-based architectural coordinator.

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