Eric Parry Architects was established in 1983, the year Eric Parry was appointed as a lecturer in architecture at the University of Cambridge, where he taught until 1997. In 2006 Eric Parry was elected Royal Academician (RA), one of the highest accolades for a practising architect or artist in the UK. In addition to his work in architectural practice, Eric Parry has held a number of eminent posts including President of the Architectural Association. He also currently serves on the Royal Academy Architecture Committee, the RIBA Library Committee, the Kettles Yard Committee and the Mayor’s Design Advisory Panel. He has in the past served on the Arts Council of England’s Visual Arts and Architecture panel and the RIBA Awards Group. Eric Parry Architects is an established and award-winning practice with a portfolio of notable work. In 2012, AJ100 Award win for Eric Parry Architects. The practice won the award for Fastest Growing Practice and was highly commended for both Building of the Year and Practice of the Year at the annual awards held in London.