London Studio

EPR Architects’ new London home, All Saints in Southwark, is a retrofit that epitomises the values of the practice. Following decades of unsympathetic alterations, EPR has restored a once fine but crumbling Victorian building to its former glory.

Drawing on our heritage expertise, the transformation showcases the rich character of the original building while making bold interventions that safeguard its future as a viable workplace.

Located close to the Imperial War Museum, All Saints was originally built as a children’s home and also served as a hospital and a museum storage facility. It now provides a distinctive and versatile studio space that reflects and enables our collegiate style of working.

As well as providing flexible space for the design teams, a large hub at the heart of the building offers an uplifting space for lunch, informal meetings and social events.

Planted terraces act as an extension of our studio space, offering an outdoor area to all staff to aid wellbeing and encourage social connections. The new studio also houses the technical services department, the model workshop and materials library.

As a net zero carbon in operation project that achieves a BREEAM RFO 2014 Excellent rating and embodies many of the WELL building standards, the All Saints transformation is a tangible demonstration of EPR’s deep commitment to sustainability.