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Tom Emerson (architect)

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Residence  London, United Kingdom
Partner(s)  Stephanie Macdonald
Occupation  architect
Name  Tom Emerson
Years active  2001–present
Role  Architect
Known for  6a architects

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Born  September 29, 1970 (age 45) (1970-09-29) France
Awards  RIBA Award, Schelling Medal 2012
Education  University of Cambridge, University of Bath, Royal College of Art
Notable works  Raven Row, South London Gallery

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Tom Emerson (born 29 September 1970 in Paris) is a British architect based in London and Zurich. His practice, 6a architects, founded with Stephanie Macdonald in 2001 is best known for designing contemporary art galleries within historic contexts for which it has won several RIBA Awards and the Schelling Medal for architecture in 2012. Emerson studied architecture at the University of Bath, the Royal College of Art where he met Macdonald and the University of Cambridge. He taught architecture at Architectural Association (2000–04), the University of Cambridge (2004–10) and since 2010 he has been Professor of Architecture and Construction at the ETH Zurich Faculty of Architecture.


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Projects by 6a architects

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  • Oki-ni, Savile Row, London, 2001
  • Raven Row, Contemporary Art Exhibition Centre, Spitalfields, London, 2009
  • South London Gallery, London, 2010
  • Fashion Galleries, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, 2012
  • Romney's House, Hampstead, London, 2012
  • Tree House, London, London, 2013
  • Façade for Paul Smith, Albemarle Street, London, 2013
  • Studio for Juergen Teller, London, 2015
  • Hall of residence, Churchill College Cambridge, 2015–16

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