Our practice gains planning approval for this custom build three-bedroom house in the Crouch End Conservation Area, London
Our practice gains planning approval for this custom build three-bedroom house in the Crouch End Conservation Area, London
Our Harvey Road project wins the 'Best House' award at London Borough of Haringey's Design Awards 2018
Our Harvey Road project wins the 'Best House' award at London Borough of Haringey's Design Awards 2018
Our Harvey Road project wins the 'Best House' award at London Borough of Haringey's Design Awards 2018
Blockmakers Arms, our conversion of a Grade II listed former pub into a single-family house gains planning approval from Hackney Council
Blockmakers Arms, our conversion of a Grade II listed former pub into a single-family house gains planning approval from Hackney Council
Blockmakers Arms, our conversion of a Grade II listed former pub into a single-family house gains planning approval from Hackney Council
Erbar Mattes' Harvey Road project and John Pawson's Life House are featured in Swiss architecture journal TEC21 36/2017
Affordable housing for developer Naked House CIC in Lambeth, London
Nine unit residential scheme of dual aspect flats and courtyard houses for a private developer, Waltham Forest, London
Reconfiguration and extension of a six-storey town house for a private client in Holland Park
Reconfiguration and extension of a six-storey town house for a private client in Holland Park
Timber frame outbuilding and extension to a late-Victorian house in the Glisson Road Conservation area of Cambridge
Timber frame outbuilding and extension to a late-Victorian house in the Glisson Road Conservation area of Cambridge
Complete interior reconfiguration of a 1960s apartment near Highgate Wood, London
Complete interior reconfiguration of a 1960s apartment near Highgate Wood, London
Barn-to-guesthouse conversion in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Kent
Erbar Mattes is one of six practices shortlisted for BD Magazine’s Small Project Architect of the Year Award 2017
Erbar Mattes is one of six practices shortlisted for BD Magazine’s Small Project Architect of the Year Award 2017
House for an artist in the Whitehall Park Conservation Area, London
House for an artist in the Whitehall Park Conservation Area, London
House for an artist in the Whitehall Park Conservation Area, London


 

 

 

 

Erbar Mattes is an award-winning RIBA-chartered architecture practice based in London. Demian Erbar and Holger Mattes established Erbar Mattes in 2015 following years of collaboration on a wide range of arts, hospitality and residential projects at one of the UK’s most renown architecture practices.

 

Since its inception, Erbar Mattes has developed a growing portfolio of private commissions and been recognised for the quality of its design and built work. The practice has won the 'Best House' category in London Borough of Haringey's Design Awards 2018 and the New London Architecture Award for the 'Best Use of Materials' in 2017. Erbar Mattes was a finalist in BD Magazine's Small Project Architect of the Year Award 2017 and had been included in Dezeen's Hotlist 2017.

 

 

Demian Erbar
Director, Architect ARB RIBA

  

Demian studied architecture at La Sapienza University in Rome and the Technical University in Aachen, where he graduated in 2006. He worked as an architect in Germany, Italy and Argentina prior to moving to London in 2008 where he joined David Chipperfield Architects. There, he led the design and construction for the interiors of the Stirling Prize nominated Hepworth Wakefield Gallery, an artist studio in Norfolk and a residential development in London. Demian has taught at the Welsh School of Architecture in Cardiff and the University for the Creative Arts in Canterbury.

 

 

Holger Mattes
Director, Architect ARB RIBA

  

Holger studied architecture at the Technical Universities in Aachen, Delft and Berlin, where he graduated in 2001. He was lead architect in Germany prior to moving to the UK in 2007 where he joined David Chipperfield Architects. There, he was Associate and design team leader of the RIBA award winning Turner Contemporary Art Gallery in Margate, and a series of high-profile residential and hospitality projects in London, Qatar and the United States. Holger has taught at the Technical University Aachen and the University for the Creative Arts in Canterbury.

 

 

 

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Erbar Mattes is an award-winning RIBA-chartered architecture practice based in London. Demian Erbar and Holger Mattes established Erbar Mattes in 2015 following years of collaboration on a wide range of arts, hospitality and residential projects at one of the UK’s most renown architecture practices.

 

Since its inception, Erbar Mattes has developed a growing portfolio of private commissions and been recognised for the quality of its design and built work. The practice has won the 'Best House' category in London Borough of Haringey's Design Awards 2018 and the New London Architecture Award for the 'Best Use of Materials' in 2017. Erbar Mattes was a finalist in BD Magazine's Small Project Architect of the Year Award 2017 and had been included in Dezeen's Hotlist 2017.

 

 

Demian Erbar
Director, Architect ARB RIBA

  

Demian studied architecture at La Sapienza University in Rome and the Technical University in Aachen, where he graduated in 2006. He worked as an architect in Germany, Italy and Argentina prior to moving to London in 2008 where he joined David Chipperfield Architects. There, he led the design and construction for the interiors of the Stirling Prize nominated Hepworth Wakefield Gallery, an artist studio in Norfolk and a residential development in London. Demian has taught at the Welsh School of Architecture in Cardiff and the University for the Creative Arts in Canterbury.

 

 

Holger Mattes
Director, Architect ARB RIBA

  

Holger studied architecture at the Technical Universities in Aachen, Delft and Berlin, where he graduated in 2001. He was lead architect in Germany prior to moving to the UK in 2007 where he joined David Chipperfield Architects. There, he was Associate and design team leader of the RIBA Award winning Turner Contemporary Art Gallery in Margate, and a series of high-profile residential and hospitality projects in London, Qatar and the United States. Holger has taught at the Technical University Aachen and the University for the Creative Arts in Canterbury.

 

 

 

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