Eric Parry Architects is an established and award-winning practice with a portfolio of notable work. The practice has gathered together talented individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds and a wide range of experience - as a result EPA operates easily within any frame of reference, whether the Far East or continental Europe.
The practice is responsible for several highly prestigious commercial projects in the City and West End including 5 Aldermanbury Square, 60 Threadneedle Street, 23 Savile Row and 50 New Bond Street. They are also responsible for cultural projects involving sensitive historic buildings including a significant new wing for the Holburne Museum of Art in Bath, and have completed the restoration and renewal project for the historic St Martin-in-the-Fields Church in Trafalgar Square.
28 Jan 2020, Event – Join the CTBUH Scandinavia and UK Chapters for a special joint event, featuring…
CTBUH UK Chapter Hosts: Geometry of Tall Buildings
29 Jan 2018, Event Report – The CTBUH UK Chapter recently hosted a conversation between architects and…
Steve Watts to Become Next CTBUH Chairman
26 Sep 2017, CTBUH News – The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat is pleased to announce that…
22 Oct 2018 – Eric Parry, Eric Parry Architects
29 Jan 2018 –
Patrik Schumacher, Zaha Hadid Architects; Anil Hira, BuroHappold Engineering; Kai-Uwe Bergman, Bjarke Ingels Group, [i]et al.[/i]
30 Oct 2017 –
CTBUH 2018 Chicago Tall + Urban Conference
Eric Parry, Eric Parry Architects
Oct 2018 –
CTBUH Journal 2018 Issue IV
CTBUH 2018 Conference Speakers
17 Oct 2016 –
Cities to Megacities: Shaping Dense Vertical Urbanism
Eric Parry, Nick Jackson & Tanya Parkin, Eric Parry Architects
|1||5 Aldermanbury Square||2007||71 m||London|
|Completed||Arch. Topped Out||Struct. Topped Out||Under Constr.|
|1||1 Undershaft||-||290 m||London|
|2||50 Fenchurch Street||-||150 m||London|
|3||Bishopsgate Goodsyard Plot 2||-||142 m||London|
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