Crossways Community

Crossways Community, is a charitable organization based in Tunbridge Wells, providing residential care accommodation across a number of sites for adults with a range of mental health issues. Southstudio have been appointed by Crossways to convert and refurbish an existing four-storey shop located within the Royal Tunbridge Wells conservation area, to provide private residential units […]

Ealing Road Library Hub

Southstudio were engaged in an exciting and innovative public realm project to transform the outside area in front of Ealing Road Library for the London Borough of Brent. A new pedestrian space was created to include new high-quality surfacing, seating, landscaping and external lighting. The space is defined by the addition of two purpose designed […]

The Beaney House of Art & Knowledge

The Grade II Listed Beaney Institute was created from the legacy of Dr Beaney, a 19th Century local philanthropist, who wished to provide Canterbury with a museum, art gallery and library. Over the years, there had arisen a clear need to expand facilities to satisfy curatorial and environmental requirements, to improve accessibility and the range […]

Discover Greenwich Visitor Centre

The Discover Greenwich Visitor Centre is the starting point for millions of visitors to the Old Royal Naval College (ORNC) and Maritime Greenwich UNESCO World Heritage Site. This new interpretation and education centre is inserted into the Grade II Listed Pepy’s Building, originally designed for use as racquet courts for naval officers in 1874. The […]

National Textile Centre

The project creates a new centre for the Embroiderers’ Guild, showcasing its considerable and unique collection currently archived at Hampden Court. The design provides a modern textile archive, galleries for temporary exhibitions and the permanent collection, staff, education and research spaces, as well as café and sales areas. The site comprises the existing Grade II […]

The Brindley Arts Centre

The Brindley Arts Centre for Halton Borough Council is an ambitious regeneration project, revitalising the old town centre, bringing cultural, educational, social and economic benefit to Runcorn town and wider community. The site is situated adjacent to the North towpath of the Bridgewater Canal, on derelict contaminated ground overlooking the town centre, with expansive views […]