Emma Perkin is the co-director of Emil Eve Architects, an award winning East-London based practice. With a background in architecture, interior and exhibition design, research and teaching, Emma brings a diverse range of experience to the studio. Emma has taught 1st and 2nd year BA Arch at the University of Westminster and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Authority.Read More...
Florian Brillet has been working in international practices for the last 15 years including Dominique Perrault and Jean Nouvel. Alongside this he has developed his own practice focused on public art commissions and furniture design.Read More...
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Taking the Waters: Community bath house at Deptford Creek. Grounded in-depth research into the history and ideas around public bathing – it’s rituals, sequences and social significance – the students have designed a contemporary community bath house for the banks of Deptford Creek. Through a series of early tasks focussed on materiality, making and place, they developed a unique architectural language which informed the design of a site-specific, multi-sensory, community bathing facility. The students considered sustainability from the outset, through material choices and environmental strategies, to ensure that their proposal minimises harm to the natural world.Read More...