One Eagle Place, Piccadilly, London, Photography: Dirk Lindner

Eric Parry Architects


Eric Parry Architects is well known for the design of a broad range of buildings, from cultural projects involving sensitive historic buildings such as the highly acclaimed Holburne Museum of Art in Bath, to the renewal project for the St Martin-in-the-Fields Church in Trafalgar Square and several commercial buildings that have established new standards of design in their field.

Eric Parry Architects’ work includes the prestigious Pembroke College in Cambridge and the Music School and Library at Bedford as well as several notable commercial projects in London’s City and West End, such as Stirling Prize shortlisted schemes at 30 Finsbury Square and 5 Aldermanbury Square.

In addition to architectural and urban design, the practice has developed a significant portfolio of interior design projects, including residential interiors, office fit-outs and spas, and has built a reputation for bespoke designs including furniture, ironmongery, carpets and textiles.

Most recent projects include the new rooftop spa at the Four Seasons Hotel in Park Lane, London and One Eagle Place, an urban block in the hearth of Piccadilly merging refurbished buildings with a striking new façade and featuring prominent pieces of public art by Richard Deacon and Stephen Cox.

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