Stonebridge Primary School wins the 2020 The Offsite Construction Award for “Best use of timber technology”. Founded in 2015, the Awards celebrate the offsite industry and promote the benefits of offsite as a more modern, sustainable and streamlined method of construction. It highlights outstanding examples of prefabrication and factory-based methods, products and systems. The project […]
As part of our continuing long-term relationship with College Francais Bilingue de Londres (CFBL), we have received Listed Building Consent and Planning Approval for works to the school in Kentish Town, London. From 2009 to the present, we have worked closely with CFBL on projects associated with the renovation and expansion of the Grade II […]
We have recently achieved Section 73 Approval for the provision of 36 Extra Care homes for London Borough of Brent. This is part of an ambitious programme to provide affordable rented ‘New Accommodation for Independent Living’ for older residents within the Borough. We were tasked with maximizing the number of new homes, set within attractive […]
We created this beautiful home with client Tamara Giltsoff on Geoffrey Road. It’s now on the market with The Modern House, who’ve accompanied the listing with an in-depth article about the transformation.
We are delighted to have received approval for a development of nine apartments, adjacent to Montacute Gardens and near the historic Pantiles. This is a car-free development, which takes reference from other Arts & Crafts villas in the surrounding Conservation Area. We worked closely with Planning Officers to resolve a complex set of constraints that had seen five […]
Delighted to see one of our private house projects featured on e-architect. The full story can be viewed here. Our case study can be viewed here.
Sevenoaks District Council have granted Planning Permission for our redesign of a Private House in Hever, Kent. The proposal is to replace a dilapidated 1970’s entrance and kitchen wing to a three-storey Arts and Crafts residence. The new design maintains the existing footprint and flat roof approached from the entrance, combined with a vaulted ‘butterfly’ […]
Great to see Brockley House in Good Homes, part of their Don’t Move Improve feature. Photographs by Chris Snook and words by Ifeoluwa Adedeji. We completely refurbished and re-imagined what was a dark series of spaces in this London house to create a light, modern home. Our casestudy can be viewed here.