team building

from space to place

Emptage Architects embrace a creative mix of youth and experience to ensure that our projects maintain a freshness in design along with the safety of creative experience. Over the last 25 years as a practice we have created a wide and exciting range of building types and their associated spaces that we and our clients can be proud of for years to come.

 

Peter Emptage

Dip Arch RIBA

Director

 

Peter has over 45 years in the profession in both Private and Public sectors.  His sports background led to a number of sports projects around the UK culminating in a role advising the International Federation at the Rio Olympics.

 

Rob Smith

BSc Arch RIBA

 

Principle Architect

 

Rob's technical knowledge and attention to detail as well as experience in all areas of the profession provide our team with a safe pair of hands when it comes to the execution of our projects.

 

Michael Krousti

BSc Arch RIBA

Senior Architect

 

Design and presentation drawings and illustrations are where Michael's skills are evident.  Producing many concept schemes to win over planning concerns.

 

Paul Parry

BSc Arch ACIAT

Senior Technician

 

Paul is our technical and regulation wizard and leads on our Revit / BIM contribution.  His abilities to wade through the compliance and regulatory challenges is dealt with ease.

 

Adrian Walker

BSc Arch

Senior Technician

 

Adrian has a wealth of experience in the technical design stages of construction handling many complex projects and steering them through the technical approvals.  His attention to detail and making sure everything fit is second to none

 

Tom Doubleday

BSc Arch (Int)

Techncian / 3D Modeller

 

3D modelling and visualisation are Toms areas of expertise and since he joined the practice Tom has been influential in helping us take the step to faster and more impressive visualisations and on to the next level of 3D presentation

 

Vandra Hare

Accounts

 

Vandra has been with us from the start and provides reliable accounting backup and advice to the practice