As registered conservation architects, teasing life back into historic and Listed buildings is second nature for founders, Ross and Emma Perkin.
Emil Eve Architects, a member of the Dalston Architecture Collective, is an award-winning East-London based studio set up in 2009. Their fondness for period blueprints, sensitive locations and complex briefs results in properties that have been thoughtfully reimagined and rooted in the story of the place, the needs of their clients and the methods and craft of construction. With Ross and Emma at the helm, they work on projects across the public, commercial, residential and cultural sectors, offering end-to-end architectural, interior design and planning advisory services.
Refurbishments, extensions and reconfigurations are infused with a transitional aesthetic, marrying modern features with traditional accents. This could manifest in an English farmhouse fitted with a gabled extension, clad in Terracotta arrowhead tiles. Or in the metal finishes, tiling and built-in timber furniture that sit beside exposed brickwork and timber trusses in an old Victorian warehouse conversion.
Refurbishments, extensions and reconfigurations are infused with a transitional aesthetic, marrying modern features with traditional accents