O’Sullivan Skoufoglou Architects is a London based practice that was established in 2016 by Jody O’Sullivan and Amalia Skoufoglou having met whilst in practice together fifteen years previously. The studio enjoys involvement in projects of all scales, types and location. Understanding clients’ briefs is key to finding imaginative yet thoughtful solutions that respond to situation and context. The approach is collaborative and the work is informed by working closely with colleagues and craftspeople involving the careful approach to materials and construction.
Jody studied Architecture at the University of Portsmouth and the University of Cambridge, where together with his unit he was nominated for the RIBA Silver Medal in 2002. He worked at deBlacam and Meagher Architects in Dublin as part of the team that delivered Cork Institute of Technology campus and at Arts Team in London. Since 2009 Jody has practiced independently developing schemes for large-scale residential and commercial projects in Germany.
Amalia studied Architecture at the University of Portsmouth and the University of Cambridge. Her professional experience includes working for deBlacam and Meagher Architects in Dublin and David Chipperfield Architects in London. Amalia acted as Associate at Eldridge Smerin Architects from 2007 where she lead residential and educational projects. Between 2013 and 2015 she worked at Alex Cochrane Architects studio. Amalia is currently teaching an architecture design studio at Kingston University.