Architect Julia Barfield

Julia Barfield

Julia Barfield is the director of Marks Barfield Architects, founded in 1989. She  studied at Architectural Association. After she finished her studies, she worked for Richard Rogers & Partners and Foster Associates for a total of 9 years. During the last 13 years, with David Marks, she has designed projects in the leisure, housing, transport, education and cultural sectors. In 2001 Barfield won the ‘Architectural Practice of the Year’  and a ‘Queens Award for Enterprise’ in 2003. She  has been an Awards assessor for the RIBA and the Civic Trust, including the recent IPPR Designs in Democracy competition and has also been a judge in a number of other competitions.

Important works by Julia Barfield

  • Spiral Café
  • London Eye
  • Hackney Watersports and Environmental Centre
  • Leicester Square
  • Berlin Olympic Bid
  • Kew Gardens Treetop Walkway & Rhizotro

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