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Emrys Architects


Emrys Architects

Location London

Ethos

Emrys are an architectural practice based in Central London. Our portfolio of cultural, residential, educational and commercial buildings ranges from new-build offices to quirky interventions.

Projects include a striking contemporary addition to the rear of a Grade II* listed Georgian office building; re-working a Victorian school adding new-build wings to create photographic studios; new-build private homes; student residences and a new-build 120,000 sq ft mixed-use scheme in Soho.

Whatever the scale of the project, our purpose is to deliver buildings that respect the environment, enrich their context, and withstand the test of time. One of our strengths is ‘retrofitting’ tired or awkward existing buildings and creating contemporary spaces – a mix of the old with the new. Our key criterion in such projects is to create sustainable buildings by re-using what we can of the existing structure, often working within the confines of listed buildings.

Glyn Emrys has been director of his own practice for 20 years and Matt Blacken has worked with Glyn for 12 years.

Awards

RIBA South East Regional Award RIBA South East Small Project Award Blue Ribbon Award London & Southeast Region BCO Award Shortlisted for Housing Design Award AJ Retrofit Award Best Housing (Large)

Project sectors

  • Refurbishment and Extensions
  • Office Base Build
  • Office Fit-out
  • Housing Scheme (20+)

Specialist skills

  • Self-Build
  • Sustainable Design

Services offered

Budget

  • Minimum
  • Maximum

Emrys Architects

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Emrys Architects

Thirty Broadwick

Thirty Broadwick replaces a large unattractive building taking up a block in the heart of Soho. Emrys’s task was to nestle a new 120,000 sq ft building into the mixed urban context without being overbearing. Emrys broke down the main facades into component parts, employing a palette of materials characteristic of the conservation area but applied in a contemporary manner. One section of the façade to Broadwick Street is formed in two distinct parts, the predominant section is in roman brick with Portland stone detailing with a second part clad...

Emrys Architects

Broad Court

Broad Court are a pair of Grade II listed warehouse style buildings, originally designed in 1897 as shops with artisan’s accommodation and workshops above, Emrys refurbished the buildings for residential use to the upper floors creating 6 high-end apartments. Originally intended as a straightforward refurbishment, many notable original elements were revealed on stripping out the interiors. Emrys retained many features and kept to a limited palette of materials and colours to allow these historic elements to shine through. Opening up the previously unused roof space allowed for the creation of...

Emrys Architects

Great James Street

Remodelling of Georgian terrace with new structure to rear

Emrys Architects

Farningham House Cottage

Re-working of 18th Century cottage to connect to its outbuildings.

Emrys Architects

Newman Street

Remodelling of a 1970s office to create 23 residential apartments and ground flloor office accommodation.