Stephen Pey is a Director with over 10 years’ experience specialising in the design and delivery of workplace, residential and mixed-use buildings in the City of London, Westminster and the West-End. Stephen studied Architecture at the Manchester School of Architecture and the University of Westminster in London.
Stephen has recently completed a multi-award winning retail and workplace project at 24 Savile Row where he developed a bespoke ceramic arts and crafts façade with a renowned ceramic artist. This is a unique collaboration, which involves an artist from the earliest stages of the project. Earlier projects include Reimagining Mayfair for the Royal Academy, Riverbank House by The Thames at London Bridge and the Warwick Building in Kensington.
Stephen is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and is a judge for architectural awards within the workplace sector. He is also a mentor to students of architecture within the practice in achieving their professional status.
Stephens interest lie in how non-architectural influences can be incorporated within buildings, pushing the boundaries culturally, technologically and aesthetically. Stephen is actively involved in all stages of projects from initial design to delivery.