We work in partnership with businesses and individuals looking to create homes and spaces that perform to their full potential and reflect our clients' personality.
WE CAN HELP YOU
find design solutions for your
Designing a home is more than creating a series of beautiful spaces, it requires investing the time to understand both the needs and wishes of clients but also to have a firm grasp of the factors that may impact the wider context of your project.
For the past seven years we've worked closely with independent businesses and, using design as a tool, we have helped them consolidate their visual identity while maximising their use of space, increasing productivity and enhancing customer experience.
We have a professional interest in the evolution of contemporary cities and long-standing careers designing and delivering award wining developments that have championed sustainable principles within complex planning frameworks in the UK (in and out of London) .and Japan.
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Atelier EURA would not be who we are, without the client-centred design approach that is at the heart of our business. Whether you are looking for or a consolidation of your visual identity, or for architectural, interior or urban design expertise, we can help. Get in touch to learn more.
Our clients receive our full support when looking to fulfil their planning obligations. We can help with matters ranging from Permitted Development to Full Planning Applications and our services can include pre-application discussions, preparation of submissions and handling of Listed Building and Advertisement Applications.
In today's complex Built Environment frameworks, chances are that when planning your refurbishment, you will need help addressing compliance matters. From design coordination to preparation of technical documentation to discharge your statutory obligations or support with your License to Alter submission, we can provide the knowledge and experience you'll need.
We are constantly working to improve our offerings and expand upon our technical capabilities. Our expert team of professional collaborators is on hand to help us find solutions to any unexpected challenges during construction.
BUILD Architecture Awards 2019
Best Retail & Hospitality Fit-Outs Design Practice, London
Best Integrated Commercial Design Package: Shunji London
Every project is different because so is every client
PAST AND PRESENT CLIENTS
Whom you might have heard of
After two years working together, indirectly, in 2018 we were approached by the Southbank Centre to design their summer pop up under the Hungerford Bridge and have since continued to collaborate in multiple projects.
Founder and owner Zan Kaufman approached us to assist with all design matters in 2016. Between 2016 and 2022, we collaborated on multiple pop ups and interior fit outs, advised on potential new locations, and provided support on branding, graphics and website.
Head stylist Shunji was looking to open his own studio when he approached us to assist his search for premises. Since, we took over all design matters designing both their online and offline presence..
Applebee's Fish is a family-owned fish and seafood restaurant with a focus on locally sourced sustainable produce..
After years of trading both from Borough Market and multiple Pop-ups across London, when they were about to embark on a new venture focused on contemporary Spanish tapas at the Southbank Centre, they approached us to help them with the design. and delivery
Kevin and Jodie Potter opened their first nursery when they could not find one that suited the needs and expectations they had when their twin daughters were born. A few years later, when they looked to open a new nursery in Reigate, they came to us to help with the deisgn.
JACK AND BOULE
Formerly known as BoulePark, Jack and Boule is a project founded by Alec Feakes, Oliver Rudge and Richard Willing, three fanatics of the game of boule whose aim is to make Urban Boules accessible to everyone. They called Atelier EURA to lend them a hand with the designs for their summer pop up based in London's South Bank.
WE ARE TORU AND CRISTINA
co-funding Directors of Atelier EURA
Having left our hometowns in Japan and Spain for London, we started collaborating in 2004 at an architectural studio where we were Associates.
Years later, bringing together the skills we acquired in practice and our personal projects, we set up Atelier EURA.
From the start, we knew we wanted to provide design services in a manner that challenged the stereotypical view many have of the profession, and our clients seem to like this.
WORKING WITH ATELIER EURA
some of the things we expect you may want to know
WHY WORK WITH AN ARCHITECT?
An architect has experience balancing complex, often conflicting, issues to steer design in the direction the best possible solutions for the benefit of their clients. They do so by taking into consideration functionality, sustainability, aesthetics, cost and regulatory constraints in every project. Their role is to work with you as an independent adviser and help you explore ways in which your needs and wishes can be met while balancing them with legal requirements and other obligations.
WHAT DOES AN ARCHITECT DO?
In the UK, some people assume architects do pretty pictures and design concepts that engineers need to make stand and the builders build. This is not true. In reality, architects provide a range of services and expertise to their clients ranging from design to procurement but also other related matters such as: Reviewing the conditions related to your home's title. Managing compliance with statutory and lease related regulations or conditions. Leading the team of experts who contribute to the project at every stage Translating your needs and wishes into drawings which builders can use to build from Problem solving during construction to help the team on site achieve the best outcome
HOW DO WE WORK?
Every project is different, and hence, at the start of every project we spend time getting to know our clients and/or their businesses to find out what drives them and what their needs and expectations are. From those discussions, we will scope the kind of services that we will be providing. Once the client agrees with our proposal, and using a language our clients understand, we will proceed to develop a design brief , a roadmap, to help us turn their vision into a reality. As part of it we will identify any specialist skills that will be required and help the client build the project team. Subject to the project needs, this could involve a structural engineer, MEP engineers, acoustic engineer, fire engineer , CDM?Principal Designer, quantity surveyor or other. Together, we will refine the design strategy for it to work both for the client and their property. Once completed, our collective work will be priced and delivered by a contractor who we will be working with throughout the construction process.
WHAT DRIVES US?
We believe that design has the power to change the world and are driven by the desire to make our clients’ dreams a reality. To us, design is the result of many factors which include context, culture, ethos and purpose. Our origins and experiences shape ours and, should you choose to work with us, we will ensure yours are reflected in your project.
WHAT DO WE BRING TO THE TABLE?
The value we are able to bring to each project is the result of decades of experience working in the UK and abroad. Since we founded our studio, we have worked closely with private clients and independent businesses helping them use different design vehicles to consolidate their visual identity and create spaces that fit their needs, Working with private individuals, we have managed to design interiors that have made the most of our client's available space.
WHY OUR NAME?
An atelier is a workshop or studio, a place to encourage creativity, where those who are part of it can work together under a common name. It was the standard vocational practice set up for European creative from the middle ages until the nineteenth century and remains a common set up in architectural studios. EURA comes from Eurasia, the largest continent on earth which connects Europe and Asia. It is where we come from and where we live and work. It is also the continent which houses 70% of the world’s population and one which is rich in culture, design and architecture and hence, an endless source of inspiration to us. Each one of the cultures interconnected within Eurasia has its own architecture, evolved as a response to their own environment. These include our own, which in fact have more in common than one could expect.