E1WF Architecture

A London Based Architecture Practice


  About E1WF

E1WF Architecture’s approach to design is to be sensitive to location, whether that’s an existing building or empty site. We combine the latest advances in building technology with techniques drawn from the local area and tradition. We utilize the skills, enthusiasm and knowledge of the client and our network of building professionals, contractors and artists to create inspirational, integrated, sustainable and beautiful environments.

E1WF believe in designing modern, future-proof, elegant interiors that have a logical flow, well organized space and respond well to the client’s brief and end user needs and also are economically viable and add value.

  About Declan Fallon

Declan Fallon is the founder and director of E1WF Architecture. He is an RIBA chartered architect and has wide and varied experience having working in London architecture practices for over 15 years and studied architecture at one of the UK’s top architecture schools – The Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow.

He is also a property developer and has a comprehensive understanding and knowledge of the residential architecture and the property market in London and the UK.

He is a regular member of judging panels for new residential architecture in London, most recently for the Evening Standard’s ‘Homes and Property’ New Homes Awards 2013 and also as an Architect Assessor for the annual Civic Trust Awards.

  About BeepGroup Artist and Architect Network

E1WF sees artwork as an important architectural component which brings balance, order and colour to designed space and considers it as part of the design process. London has a very buoyant housing market and also has a very vibrant art scene, E1WF seek to combine these two.  E1WF is well placed to provide art consultation at concept stage of building design and can integrate it throughout the design stages through BeepGroup its online artists and architects network (www.BeepGroup.com). E1WF’s founder created BeepGroup to be able to offer clients architecture services whilst introducing well-conceived, bespoke, local or international artwork into designed space.

How artwork occupies a space has always been important, an art gallery curator will consider many aspects and factors when hanging paintings for exhibition. E1WF believes that when designing the interior of a building and considering layout, circulation, light and colour – having an idea of the artwork that will occupy the space will make the interior and the artwork work better together and increase the enjoyment of both the space and the artwork. The architect, artist and client will work together on this bringing the skills of an art gallery curator to the home.

The end result is the right art in a right setting, beautiful art in a beautiful space.

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