Helen Grassly

Helen Grassly


BA (Cantab) DipArch (Cantab) ARB




Helen’s expertise is in the delivery of the highest quality projects for institutional and educational clients, new build residential development and the refurbishment of listed buildings. She has taught both on undergraduate and postgraduate design courses at the University of Cambridge, Department of Architecture and Department of Engineering, Kingston University Department of Architecture, and recently first-years at Cardiff University. 

She has a particular passion for the detailed making of buildings, particularly in highly sensitive historic contexts, ranging from the British Library to Lords Cricket Ground. Throughout her career Helen has worked with Burrell Foley Fischer on a wide variety of projects including the redevelopment of the Grade I listed headquarters of the Royal Society and the new build temporary shop on the forecourt of the Grade I listed British Museum.

Her current projects include a three-screen cinema in Lewes, Sussex, created in a former brewery depot, and the remodelling of the Hall for Cornwall, including a new 1,200-seat auditorium within the Grade II* listed building.