A new flagship store for Karl Lagerfeld in London providing 300sm of retail space arranged on ground floor and basement within a Grade II listed building. Cornish Architects have provided technical support to help achieve Town Planning, listed building & advertisement consent, together with meeting the requirements of the Regent Street Design Guidelines & Building Control compliance.
A project to customise the interiors of a six bedroom house within the Hampstead Garden Suburb. The scope included works to the lower ground/basement level, installing a new working kitchen, sub-dividing the large garage area into smaller utility spaces/games room, forming a new en-suite shower room and walk-in-wardrobe to the second floor bedroom. The internal finishes are developed in a way to match and compliment the existing rooms within this family property.
A proposal for the refurbishment and extension of a derelict grade 2* listed building to provide 6 new homes.
The design includes the removal of unsympathetic extensions, correcting alterations that the building has been subject to over the years. Working with the advice of a heritage specialist, design & conservation officer and Heritage England, we developed a proposal including a small extension to the existing building to create self-contained flats respecting the building’s original architecture.
Interior design and refurbishment to fit out ground floor and basement of existing Building Society, to provide a Conference Centre and support accommodation for HFMA. The new facility provides a flexible conference suite for 96 people sitting cabaret style (120 theatre style) with break out rooms, reception/exhibition area, administration office, and welfare accommodation.
In addition to designing Liz Earl’s new office & distribution headquarters on the Isle of Wight, we provided architectural services for new retail outlets in conservation areas within Guildford and Ryde.
A comprehensive and bespoke interior bi-lateral conversion/reconstruction and fitting out to create a new home within a Grade 1 Listed Nash Terrace for a Client. The design was completed in collaboration with interior designer Louise Jones.
Refurbishment of existing laboratory block and construction of a new administration/office building to provide a 3200sm specialist research facility.
The Client organisation provides information and applies scientific expertise to solve problems in agriculture and the environment in a sustainable way. The project includes the refurbishment of 2000sm of laboratories, the construction of a new 1000sm administration/office building, and a 200sm greenhouse. The development has two quarantine facilities which are licensed by DEFRA. The site is in Metropolitan Green Belt.
The conversion of the upper parts of this building involved a change of use from educational and office uses to provide 9 new flats.
The entrance corridor was renovated creating access to the new homes and the adjoining premises. The new homes were created within the existing building form. The accommodation creates studios, one, two and three bedroom units with a roof level terrace for communal and private amenity space with planting benefitting from a rainwater harvesting watering facility. Bicycle racks are provided in a common lockable store. High levels of acoustic insulation provide good quality residential accommodation on a major thoroughfare.
A refurbishment and conversion of two derelict upper floors on a high street to provide 4 new homes each with generously sized living rooms and including en-suite facilities to the master bedrooms.
A competition entry for a commission to design a
new museum to house a society’s collection at their London headquarters.
The proposal includes the creation of a new enclosure at ground level which will provide direct public access to the collection.
This would link to a subterranean level giving scope for educational facilities as well as controlled environments for exhibits.