We have assembled a series of detailed case studies that reveal the opportunities we sought to maximise and challenges we overcame to complete some of our projects.
Explore these if you are interested in getting a behind the scenes, before and after insight into our process of delivering architecture.
The extension is conceived as a ‘reconfigurable box’ in dark stained Siberian Larch. Two bespoke counterbalanced shutters are manually operated internally using winches. The dynamic nature of the façade encourages the user to interact with the architecture and adapt their environment for comfort.
A grand 1.8m by 18m long hallway provides a unique entrance to the property. Structural alterations were designed to create a new direct view to outside and to maximise natural light filtering through to the entrance creating a gallery-like space that flowed into the main living areas.
A continuous ‘living wall’ of bespoke joinery stretches from the front to the rear of each floor housing all essential components for living. Kitchen fixtures and cupboards transition to general storage, a dressing area, a fold up bed and further storage in the living space.
Belsize Park Mews
Extensive refurbishment of a dilapidated mews house in Belsize Park Conservation Area incorporating garage into habitable space.
Conceptually, we set out, as archaeologists might, to reveal the hidden layers that tell the story of this building. We wanted to expose and celebrate original Victorian features we knew to exist; Victorian tiles with butcher’s insignia, porcelain chequered floors and anything else we might uncover.
87 Wardour St
The amalgamation of two shops over ground and basement levels on a prominent corner site in Soho, London and located within the Soho Conservation Area.
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