Private Residence

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.

Old House

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.

Old Kent Road

Exploring urban massing options, to consider the juxtaposition of developments in a wider regeneration area. Studies include the consideration of different uses both on adjoining land parcels and within blocks, resulting in proposals to provide 129 1-3 bedroom flats with commercial uses at ground level, together with hotel accommodation on lower floors with basement servicing.

333 Bath Road

A development of 9 new flats above retail for the open market, set on a busy high street. The design takes reference from the 1930s design of the nearby underground station.

Planning consent has been obtained for the redevelopment of this site to provide flexible A1,A2,A4,A5 & B1 commercial space and nine 1, 2 and 3 bedroom flats. The building elevations are clad in brick and grey metal cladding with glazed balconies.

The Salterns

A development of seven 3 / 4 bedroom three storey houses with integral garages and private gardens set in the landscaped grounds of the West Bay Country Club on the Isle of Wight. The architectural style of the development follows the local New England aesthetic.

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

Winchester University

Scheme for a student residential development comprising 490 study bedrooms, gymnasium, café and laundry on a steeply sloping site. Our approach to the design was to work with the existing topography of the site, utilising the existing terraces, and creating a strong linear access in the form of a street which terminates in a feature square. The street and square provide an opportunity for students to meet and interact and create a sense of enclosure, belonging and neighbourhood.
The student rooms are arranged in 8 person cluster flats in paired pavilions set along a street to encourage social interaction and community. The scale and mass of the blocks respects the grain and density of the surroundings.

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.

Gladstone Road

A mixed use development comprising ground floor retail with 26 residential units over six floors. The project includes the refurbishment of an existing car showroom and first floor parking deck, the demolition of an existing office and the construction of 1, 2 & 3 bedroom flats.

Westbourne Grove

A residential development comprising 9 units of 1,2 & 3 bedroom flats in the Westbourne Grove conservation area, (opposite a Grade II listed building). The project involves demolition of 2 upper stories of existing offices and construction of 4 floors of lightweight structure including a penthouse level onto the existing ground floor structure – forming a new entrance at ground level and plant/car parking to the basement.