Dr Mathew Emmett is a Chartered Architect, trained at The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, and the Architectural Association. He was awarded the Sir Henry Herbert Bartlett Award by Sir Peter Cook at UCL and the Gardiner Theobald Scholarship at the AA. Unit Masters included: Pascal Schöning, Kevin Rhowbotham and Nic Clear. Emmett holds a PhD in situated cognition and architecture. Emmett has worked for the architectural theorist Charles Jencks, YRM Architects, Harrison Sutton, Acanthus Ferguson Mann and has contributed to numerous publications, exhibitions and competitions.

Charles Jencks

Imperial War Museum-North, War Memorial garden design in collaboration with Studio Libeskind. War Memorial Gardens and installations to capture the realism of war.

Imperial War Museum-North

Portello Park, Milan, project by Charles Jencks with Andreas Kipar and LAND Milano.




The Universe Cascade Pavilion, The Garden of Cosmic Speculation, Scotland.

The Universe in the Landscape.

Wu Chi, Forest Park, Beijing, China.

Grand Egyptian Museum competition, Cairo

YRM Architects

St Mary’s Hospital Paediatric Accident & Emergency London.


St. Thomas’ Hospital, London (internal upgrade).

Marsham Street Urban Design Competition, Department of Environment & Property.


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