De Metz Forbes Architects (dMFK) are an award-winning architecture practice, established in 1998 by Julian de Metz, Paul Forbes and Ben Knight. dMFK is particularly experienced at working within and around existing buildings, of varying levels of historic value and across a range of sectors. The company continues to work on many historic buildings including those of Sir Basil Spence, Wallis Gilbert, I K Brunel, and Maxwell Ayrton. dMFK has designed a range of work for The Tate, office schemes for the likes of Derwent London and The Office Group, mixed use schemes, all forms of residential architecture ranging from RIBA award winning new build housing for Urban Splash, to multiple unit schemes for Barratt London. Caro Communications is supporting the practice to promote a number of projects, the first of which is Salters’ Hall – the transformation and renovation of this brutalist Grade II listed landmark in the City of London. dMFK were recently awarded a Special Livery Award for Salters’ Hall at the City of London Building of the Year.

Spread the word about new Marylebone co-working space

Architects dMFK have just completed the latest offering from The Office Group, based inside three adjoining Victorian baroque buildings on…

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The City of London Building of the Year 2016 Winner Announced

New Ludgate, a new development by Land Securities designed by Fletcher Priest Architects and Sauerbruch Hutton, has been named as…

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