Caseyfierro Architects is a London based architectural practice established by Michael Casey & Victoria Fierro in 2006.
The practice designs without preconception allowing a project to develop its own language and expression through collaboration with the client, the brief and the site given constraints.
Caseyfierro under take projects within a wide range of typologies, and have collaborated with artists and industrial designers to provide studios and art galleries, together with private clients on residential projects in both urban and countryside locations. At a macro scale the practice has developed urban strategies for the East End of London adopted by local government and masterplanned areas at a micro scale.
Prior to 2006 Michael Casey was an associate at Herzog & de Meuron Ag. During the eleven years as a collaborator he was the team leader responsible for the execution of the swiss practices projects in the UK, which covered arts, sports, education, health and residential projects. Notably Tate Modern (1995-2000) and development of the extension and the Laban Dance Centre(1998-2003), awarded the RIBA Stirling Prize in 2003.
Victoria Fierro collaborated with Herzog & de Meuron Ag as a member of the team responsible for the execution of Tate Modern(1995- 2000) and has experience with Skidmore Owen Merrill architects on both local authority and commercial projects.