Emil Eve Architects

Emil Eve Architects

51 Regent Studios
5th Floor
8 Andrews Road

London, E8 4QN

+44 (0)20 8058 0515


Emil Eve Architects

Our Team

Ross Perkin

MA(hons) MArch ARB SPAB RIBA + RIBA Conservation

Ross is director and co-founder of Emil Eve Architects, starting the practice in 2009 alongside Emma. Ross is an ARB qualified Architect with extensive experience in creative regeneration and contemporary architecture. As a SPAB scholar, Ross spent 12 months traveling around the UK, learning about the use of traditional building materials and the repair and re-use of historic buildings.

Ross has extensive experience overseeing complex construction projects and has recently completed work on The Weston visitor centre at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Before this he worked on a number of projects with RIBA Gold Medal winner David Chipperfield including acting as one of the Project Architects on the refurbishment of The Royal Academy of Arts.

Ross is a member of the Hackney Society Planning Group and also teaches architecture at the University of Westminster.

ross perkin emil eve

Emma Perkin

MA(hons) MArch ARB FHEA

Emma is director and co-founder of Emil Eve Architects, starting the practice in 2009 alongside Ross. With a background in architecture, interior, lighting and exhibition design Emma brings a diverse range of experience to the practice.

Emma qualified as an ARB qualified Architect in 2012 and has overseen an extensive range of projects from inception to completion. Prior to founding Emil Eve, Emma worked for studios in London and Paris including leading the Interior Design Team on the multi-award winning National Museum of Estonia with DGT Architects and the refurbishment of Barrington Court, a Grade II Listed National Trust property with Levitate Architects.

Emma combines practice with teaching and is a design tutor at the University of Westminster where she has gained recognition as a Fellow of the Higher Education Authority.

emma perkin emil eve

Michael Morgan

Assistant Architect, MArch

After graduating with a Distinction in his Masters from The London Metropolitan University, Michael has worked as an architectural assistant for multiple practices and developers across London; working on a range of project types and scales. He has a wealth of experience in leading all technical aspects of design production and detailing at Emil Eve Architects.  

Michael’s university work focused on bringing sustainable placemaking and viable new uses to inanimate areas of London. 

michael morgan emil eve

Ciara Sullivan

Assistant Architect, MArch

Ciara studied her bachelors in architecture at The University of Liverpool, and joined Lynch Architects in 2018 during her year out, gaining experience in heritage design whilst working on a Grade II listed barn conversion. 

Ciara has since graduated with a distinction in her masters from The Kingston School of Art, and her interest in heritage design carried through to her final thesis project, where the scheme included the adaptive reuse of a Grade B listed warehouse building into part of a new arts school in Glasgow. 
ciara sullivan emil eve2

Gideon Kasaska

Assistant Architect, BSc

Gideon studied his Bachelor of Architecture at The Welsh School Of Architecture (WSA). His BSc project looked at retrofitting an old office block in the centre of Merthyr Tydfil into a “Space of Conviviality”, with market spaces, community workshops, a political forum, community garden and a housing cooperative. His project won the WSA Concept Testing Award and was featured in Dezeen. 

Prior to studying Architecture, Gideon completed a BA International Development at UEA, where he graduated with First Class Honours. He enjoys using what he learnt in his studies to create Architecture that better cares for people and the planet.

Gideon web

Alistair Manley

Assistant Architect, BArch

Alastair completed his Bachelor of Architecture at the University of Brighton where he graduated with First Class Honours. His BA project, ‘Smeuse', imagined the reintroduction of a market street, integrating repair pavilions, at the heart of the city of Brighton. The project was grounded in first hand economic research and current development policy.

Before joining Emil Eve, Alastair worked at Baker-Brown Studio where he worked on a summer pavilion at Glyndebourne Opera House which used ash trees, cut down due to ash die-back, for structure and joinery, waste oyster shell cement and mycelium insulation grown on site and fed using the cut grass from the estate.


alastair manley l emil eve

Sarah Earney

BSc(Hons) DipArch MSc (Conservation) RIBA CA FRSA

Sarah is a qualified Conservation Architect (RIBA Conservation Register), Approved Quinquennial Inspector of Churches and a Fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce.

Sarah's work is founded in a belief that the history of buildings should inform their present and future. She has led numerous schemes for the repair, refurbishment, conversion and extension of historic buildings including the £6m scheme for the grade II listed Friars Mill site in Leicester, transforming fire-damaged vacant buildings into managed workspace. Other projects include the extension of grade II* listed houses, regeneration schemes within historic towns and the conversion of a grade II listed Brutalist college, situated within a scheduled ancient monument, into a museum.

sarah earney

Jenny Stewart

Jenny is a communications consultant with over ten year's experience working with architects, designers, cultural organisations and charities. Jenny works closely with Emil Eve, leading on all aspects of communication including how we conceive and present our design approach and project narratives.

Jenny web