Roz Barr Architects
Roz Barr founded Roz Barr Architects in 2010. Roz Barr’s interest in developing an idiosyncratic process of making led her to pursue her own architectural studio. Her portfolio has grown quickly, and the size of the studio has followed. Her now 8-strong practice is currently involved in projects in London, Scotland, Spain and New York. She has gained international recognition in Norway for her proposal for a new church, and was part of Venice Biennale 2014 with her proposal for a public square and the restoration of San Lorenzo in Venice. The practice is currently working on mainly public buildings with a new Augustinian Centre and Priory in London and is re-imagining the Building Centre on Store Street London and the Bishopsgate Institute in the city of London. They have also been appointed to design new Creative Offices for Selfridges in London.
She has taught at The Architectural Association and The Bartlett, UCL. Roz was also Vice President for Education at the RIBA between 2012 - 2015 and is still actively involved on RIBA International Validation Panel. She is an External Examiner at the AA, Kingston and Aberdeen and External Critic at Granada School of Architecture.