Our work aims to foster meaningful connections between people, place and culture.


We work on projects of all scales, from urban regeneration schemes to crafted building elements or research publications. Our interests lie at the intersection of architecture, landscape, craftsmanship and environmental design (discover more in our library).


We value collaboration as a way to recognise the multiple voices in our communities and as a method to find new ways of making and doing.  


We understand, that in order to create great places for people in the long term, we need more than just built architecture. We need business plans, strategies, art, plants, people, programmes. Royffe.Flynn is a new breed of architectural practice that embraces these requirements. Our way of working is globally networked, collaborative and multi-disciplinary; offering Architecture & Design, Architectural Research and Design Consultancy services. We respond to questions in a creative and intellectual manner, using our design-research based practice to provide unique solutions to design problems.


We are currently working across the UK and further afield in Greece and Australia.


If you have a project in mind, or are interested in collaborating, please contact us at hello@royffeflynn.com  




Emma Flynn

Emma Flynn graduated with distinction from the Bartlett School of Architecture (University College London), where she received an Architect of the Year award for Building Design’s Class of 2012.


Emma has many years' experience leading the in-house Research and Development group at architecture practice Astudio, as well designing a wide variety of different projects, including a Low Carbon Workplace development near Old Street.

Emma has taught Environmental Design at The Bartlett School of Architecture, Lead a Design Think Tank at the London School of Architecture; and mentored industrial design students at Brunel University.



Luke Royffe

Luke graduated with distinction from the Bartlett School of Architecture (University College London). Luke has worked for a number of award winning practices, most notably, at Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners on high profile residential projects and at Archio Ltd, where he has developed specialist knowledge in complex planning, heritage and environmental conditions.

Luke’s work on environmental design and disaster management received a prize-winning distinction and nomination for the RIBA President's Medal.

Luke has taught at Nottingham University and with the Open City programme at University College London, he has been a guest critic at the Bartlett School of Architecture, Central Saint Martins and London Metropolitan University.

Milly Sailsbury

Milly joined Royffe Flynn in 2017, after graduating from the pioneering London School of Architecture, as part of its first cohort. 


At Royffe Flynn, she is involved in a number of architectural projects and is an assistant researcher. Research projects include: material experimentation, New Affordable Housing Typologies, The Launderette.



Manos Pertselakis 

Manos joined Royffe Flynn to support our growing involvement in development projects in Greece. A greek national, he studied architecture in the UK at London Metropolitan University, and has a number of year experience working in both Greece and the UK. 


Awards / Publications ​








  • RIBA Research Practice Leads Group (Flora Samuel, RIBA Vice President for Research)

  • Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL

  • London School of Architecture

  • Industrial, Product Design and Engineering Department, Brunel University

  • Kensington, Chelsea and Westminster Today