Emily Greeves

Architecture, Design and Housing

Emily is the director of Emily Greeves Architects. Emily trained as an architect at Cambridge University, MIT, London Metropolitan University and the Architectural Association, and is registered with the ARB and RIBA. Prior to founding her own practice in 2010, Emily worked as an urban designer in the Mayor’s Architecture and Urbanism Unit of the Greater London Authority (2001–2003), contributing in particular to the Mayor’s 100 Public Spaces programme and urban strategies for Barking and London Riverside.

She later gained architectural experience in Caruso St John Architects (2005–2007) and the sustainable housing developer SUSD (2007–2010), working as a project architect with responsibility for construction projects ranging in value from £80,000 to £2 million. During this time Emily also worked for General Public Agency and Publica on a range of urban strategy and consultation projects, and wrote several publications on housing design for the British Council and other clients. Emily was a lecturer and studio tutor at London Metropolitan University from 2007–2011 and previously taught in the MA Cities Programme of the London School of Economics.