News October 2022
"Supermodels", an exhibition of architectural super models by the Piercy&Co studio, opens 4 November 2022 in King's Cross, London.
News September 2021
A refined and elegant office building that reinterprets South Kensington's shapes, forms and material palette.
News August 2021
An experimental research project with The Bartlett's Material Architecture Lab, Code-Bothy is longlisted in the Dezeen Awards 2021.
News August 2021
Informed by the studio's rich knowledge of the area, Piercy&Company's first hotel in Camden is approved for planning.
News July 2021
London Borough of Camden awards planning permission for a major redevelopment on Tottenham Court Road and a neighboring mews building.
Code Bothy Research Project
The future of converging digital technologies and manual craft: a research project with Material Architecture Lab at The Bartlett.
News December 2020
Piercy&Company led collaborative team wins planning consent for Skipton House, a campus inspired work, retail and exhibition space that creatively reuses and extends the existing building frame.
Harella House Chait Investment Corporation Ltd
Considered refurbishment reveals the building's history whilst reducing carbon emissions by 47%.
News July 2020
My Kind of Town: A Yorkshire sculpture trail is a fertile source of inspiration, writes Stuart Piercy.
The Television Centre Penthouse Interiors AHMM for Stanhope
An expressive and tactile palette of materials, avoiding novelty in favour of the honest, solid and timeless.
Museum in the Countryside
A new public building for this museum in the English countryside housing large exhibition spaces, an auditorium and research space.
News January 2020
A group of models by Piercy&Company forms part of 'Congregation', an exhibition on sacred architecture curated by the Architecture Foundation.
Princelet Street Co-working Fora
Shoreditch co-working spaces created through connecting and remodelling two Victorian warehouses.
Film Making 25 Savile Row
Made over the course of a year, this short film traces five materials – timber, stone, leather, bronze and steel – on the journey from workshop to finished building.
Turnmill Derwent London
'The elegant six-storey corner office block helped to redefine the scope and standards of contemporary office design.' Ike Ijeh