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Boyarsky Murphy : Architecture
Contemporary London Architects Practice, England, UK: British Architectural Firm
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Boyarsky Murphy – Key Projects
Administrative building for Fenmarc, Cambridgeshire, south east England, UK
Anaerobic digestor plant, Cambridgeshire, south east England, UK
Boutique hotel and restaurant, Stamford, Lincolnshire, east England, UK
Christchurch Tower redevelopment – private house, Newgate St, east London, UK
Original building by architect Sir Christopher Wren in 1677
Colonias project, Texas, USA
Border project working with informal settlements along the Mexican border
Cronton Colliery, England, UK – architecture competition entry
Klaksvik town centre, Faroe Islands
designs for a new town centre for Klaksvik
More design projects by Boyarsky Murphy online soon
Location:64 Oakley Square, Camden, London, NW1 1NJ ‘
Boyarsky Murphy Architects – Practice Information
Boyarsky Murphy Architects – architect office based in English capital – Camden, London NW1, England – studio located near Euston.
London architecture practice led by Nicholas Boyarsky.
Boyarsky Murphy Architects : London Architecture Office
Nicholas Boyarsky PhD, AA Dipl, BA(Hons), RIBA, ARB trained at the Architectural Association in London, graduating in 1988. He worked for Zaha Hadid on projects in Berlin and Hamburg, for Michael Hopkins on Bracken House, and for Stefano de Martino on Chiat Day’s London offices before establishing BMA with Nicola Murphy in 1994. He recently completed (April 2016) his PhD ‘Serious Play – A Deltiology of Practice‘ as part of RMIT University’s invitational Practice Based Research (PRS) program.
Nicholas has lectured and taught at many European, North American and Far Eastern schools of architecture and contributed to conferences, symposia and workshops.
Nicola Murphy AA Dipl trained at the Architectural Association in London, graduating in 1989. She worked for OMA on Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin, for Sauerbruch Hutton on the GSW tower in Berlin, for Stefano de Martino on Chiat Day’s London offices and for Swanke Hayden Connell on Deutsche Bank’s London head quarters before establishing BMA with Nicholas Boyarsky.
Nicola has lectured and taught at many European schools of architecture. She currently teaches interior design at Chelsea College of Art & Design and she previously taught at London Metropolitan University.
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