X2 is a landmark two storey industrial/ warehouse facility with ancillary offices at Heathrow Airport. Each level has its own service yard areas with upper level access via two one way ramps. Following concept research and development studies, our involvement has been as project architects for the detailed design and construction phases of the project.


A new hotel and café in a regeneration area as part of a larger retail park. The hotel provides 60 bedrooms including three for use by people with disabilities. The site includes dedicated parking and servicing facilities. The design incorporates cladding in a variety of complementary tones providing a rhythm to the facade.

Cavendish Parade

A mixed use scheme to include a children’s day nursery (464sm with outdoor space), a gym (929sm), a hotel (with 100 rooms), meeting space/offices, a restaurant & a pub on the ground floor. The development is designed to improve the initial approach from the tube station, whilst complementing the surrounding context and existing building levels.

Urban intensification study to provide additional residential uses and extend commercial and community facilities. Images from early stage feasibility study.

The Railway Tavern

The refurbishment and conversion of an existing public house within the South Hampstead Conservation Area to provide to two self-contained office suites at first floor level and six flats at second and third floor level. The public house & ancillary accommodation are retained and renovated at ground floor and lower ground floor levels. The flats achieve a BREEAM Very Good rating

Kings Lynn

A proposal on part of a major regeneration site of a former gas works and lorry park. The new mixed use development will provide a 68 room hotel, a family pub/restaurant and a retail outlet. Site design takes account of a complex range of restrictions from on site gas mains, and taking due account of the setting of a nearby grade 1 listed structure.

Claremont Court

A second phase of development to provide 9 residential units in an urban setting. The configuration relates to the existing scale of surrounding streets and makes use of infill sites to complete the street block.

Part of a comprehensive mixed use redevelopment in a sensitive location of Central London. The overall scheme includes the provision of new shops and residential units fronting a large rebuilt Cash & Carry Unit.

The Green House Phase 2

A 3 storey new headquarters office and reception for Liz Earle Beauty providing 1500sm of high quality space.
The office space is naturally ventilated with heating and cooling achieved with air source heat pumps integrated with heat recovery from an existing IT centre.
The interior includes reception, office space and staff facilities which lead onto an external landscaped amenity area.