Coffey Architects

Building Design Young Architect of the Year 2012, Coffey Architects was formed in 2005 by Phil Coffey, and works on residential, public and urban design projects in the UK, China and Bangladesh. The practice has won numerous awards including the RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize 2011 for St Patrick’s School Library and Music Room in Kentish Town, London. The prize recognises the best projects with a construction budget of less than £1 million and is intended to encourage fresh talent working with smaller budgets. Phil Coffey was recently included in manufacturer ICOPAL’s Faces of British Architecture exhibition in London alongside, amongst others, Sir Richard MacCormac, Sir Nicholas Grimshaw and David Adjaye and was named in the Independent on Sunday’s 101 Great Britons in 2012. 

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New Science Museum Dana Research Centre bathes visitors in Newtonian dappled light

Coffey Architects have completed the new Science Museum Dana Research Centre, part of an ongoing plan to redevelop the entire campus….

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Young UK architects arrive in China with serene steelworks headquarters

Cloister, designed by Coffey Architects, is a series of buildings arranged in a 40,000m2 masterplan to provide a new administrative…

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Capturing faces, impacting places – see the world exposed through an architect’s lens

It has been 10 years since Phil Coffey founded Coffey Architects, which is also the same time he started his…

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RIBA exhibition ‘exposes’ the relationship between photography and architecture

EXPOSURE 15 October – 24 November 2015 RIBA Phil Coffey announces a new exhibition featuring never seen before images from…

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Piano Company overhaul strikes a chord with Camden planners

Coffey Architects have gained planning permission for an office refurbishment and rooftop extension with spectacular views over London in Kentish…

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