Open House Festival

Tours of All Saints (EPR Architects), Austral Street

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EPR Architects, 2022

EPR Architects, All Saints, Austral Street, SE11 4SJ

Join EPR Architects for tours of our new net zero carbon in operation London studio, All Saints. Led by the project architects, we will delve into the rich history and stories behind the building, and what inspired our innovative design.

Getting there


Lambeth North, Elephant & Castle


Waterloo, Elephant & Castle

Additional travel info

There is no parking available on site.



Accessibility notes

Our event will be hosted in our new London Studio, All Saints – which is conveniently found close to several underground and overground stations. For anyone unable to use the stairs, an accessible entrance is provided at the rear of the building. We also have a lift in the studio and platform lifts for people who may have mobility issues.


Tours of All Saints (EPR Architects)

EPR Architects’ London home, All Saints, is a retrofit that epitomises the values of the practice.

Originally constructed in the nineteenth century as an orphanage and later converted into a hospital, the All Saints building has been most recently used by the Imperial War Museum as a photography archive and office.

A Net Zero Carbon in operation project, the scheme redefines the role of the existing All Saints building in a modern context. Following years of unsympathetic alterations, EPR’s design re-establishes the lost grandeur of this impressive five-storey Victorian building whilst making bold interventions that safeguard its future as a viable workplace — providing a variety of spaces tailored to the needs of our design teams that reflect and enable our collaborative style of working.

The tours, led by the team of architects who worked on the project, will delve into the building's rich past, showcase the many layers of history on display and give an exclusive look into our innovative restoration that has resulted in an exemplar of sustainable design that has wellness at the forefront.

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