Emil Eve Architects was founded by Emma and Ross Perkin in 2010.
Ross spent a number of years working on residential projects with Stirling Prize and RIBA Gold Medal winner David Chipperfield Architects. Previously Ross worked with several notable architects including Malcolm Fraser in Edinburgh, Odile Decq in Paris and David Mikhail in London. Ross became an ARB registered architect in 2010 (Reg.076538D) and is a RIBA registered conservation architect and 2012 SPAB Lethaby Scholar.
Emma combines practice with teaching and is currently a design studio tutor at the University of Westminster. She has previously worked with DGT Architects in Paris on the new National Museum of Estonia. She has also worked with practices such as Levitate and Sanei Hopkins Architects where she gained experience of residential, commercial and historic projects. Emma became an ARB registered architect in 2012 (Reg.079603D)