Sara del Piñal


MArch (Hons), ARB

Sara studied architecture at ETSAM, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, between 2005 and 2012, and joined Eric Parry Architects in May 2014.

Sara is currently working on the redevelopment of Seal House, a twelve-storey office scheme with a publicly accessible roof garden developed for Sellar Properties. The new building is located immediately adjacent to the Fishmongers’ Hall and has unparalleled views up and down the River Thames. Prior to this, Sara spent 6 years working on a large luxury residential scheme on the former site of Chelsea Barracks where she was leading the coordination of the mixed-use below ground amenities and the landscape and overseeing the bronze façades.

Sara was previously a key member of the project team on Fen Court, a 63,000sqm office and retail building at the heart of the City of London. Over the years, Sara has also contributed on other prestigious projects such as One Liverpool Street, 50 Fenchurch Street, Salisbury Square Development or 11 Belgrave Road.

Before joining EPA, Sara worked at Luis Vidal + Architects on the new Heathrow Airport Terminal 2 in a joint venture with Foster + Partners. She then moved to Santander to work on site at the new Botin Art and Culture Centre in collaboration with Renzo Piano Building Workshop. She has also worked in Switzerland for Christian Kerez and in Madrid at an award winning Urban Planning practice.

Sara del Piñal
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