Roz Barr Architects is a London based architectural studio established in 2010. The emphasis of the practice is to create and make interesting projects while crafting architectural solutions that respond to the cultural context but also to the clients' requirements through a critical design process. The studio is pursuing a diverse range of projects in the UK and abroad with private, public realm, commercial and cultural sector clients. Roz Barr spent nearly 10 years as an Associate Director with Eric Parry Architects where she lead projects such as 23 Savile Row and the Holburne Museum of Art, Bath. She has been involved in very sensitive and controversial planning debates in London and Bath as well as developing her work with stakeholder groups. She has a keen interest in working and developing materials and collaborating with others to broaden and expand the boundaries of projects.
Roz Barr has taught at the Architectural Association, London and the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL London and is on the RIBA International Validation Panel for Education. In September 2013 she was elected as Vice-president for Education at the RIBA.
The practice has just refurbished 2 floors of a new studio and contemporary exhibition space on St John Street in Clerkenwell London where the practice is now based.