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The first of our two projects on Roderick Road in Hampstead has received planning permission. The project involves some complex access and privacy issues relating to neighbours above and adjacent. This required a number of design options to be explored and consultations with neighbours and planners to come to a successful outcome. We are thrilled to be able to progress to the detail design stage and to construction later in the year.
We’ve been working on designs for an extension to a large detached house in Bromley since the end of last year. The interwar built house has some interesting arts and crafts style details and beautifully proportioned rooms. However, the garden elevation is currently a confused collection of additions and changes that demands a complete reworking. Our proposal seeks to do this with a timber framed extension that includes an extended pergola / canopy to ‘wrap’ the existing poor quality additions.
Garden Street is a fascinating 4 storey house thought to date from the early 19th century, though with elements that could well be older. We are developing options for an internal reworking that will respond sensitively to the historic fabric while modernising the house and opening up the dark lower ground floor in particular.
We have been asked by Civic Engineers to work up plans for the expansion of their London studio. Located in Reeds Wharf, a Grade II listed former warehouse on the River Thames, the studios have spectacular view to Tower Bridge and the city. The expansion will result in new and reconfigured space over 3 floors and totalling about 500 sqm / 5,400 sqft.
Our project to extend and refurbish 3 storey end of terrace house in Lambeth has received planning permission. We hope to be on site in the new year on what will be our second project in the Sibella Road conservation area.
We’ve just started work on a new project at Roderick Road, Hampstead, the neighbour of the project we started work on last year. It is always gratifying to have a referral like this and we’re excited to see what design emerges from a new brief and situation.
We welcomed Aisha, a Sheffield University Architecture student, this month to provide work experience over the next few weeks. We are doing this remotely and meeting occasionally in our socially distanced office, adapting to our times. Paul mentored Aisha in the final months of her second year and it is great to continue to help further her experience of the profession.
Our project in Staplehurst, Kent, has received planning permission. A pitched roof extension with a ‘twist’, the proposal is designed to connect to the house to the large garden as much as possible. The a simple pitched roof form is rotated to maximise the views along the garden and the internal volume, while also being modestly scaled at the boundary.
Our Brockley Conservation area project Tressillian Road has received planning permission. We’re excited to be able to take this project to the detail design stage and to site later in the year.
Adapting to lockdown continues, to successful homeworking we can now add remote tutoring. Paul recently did a series of technical design sessions with 3rd year degree students on the Sheffield Hallam Interior Architecture course. It was great to see the positivity of the students as they work toward the end of their studies in extraordinary circumstances.
We have closed our office and moved to home working during these unprecedented times. Our systems have allowed us to do this with minimum inconvienience and we continue to work on our projects unaffected. We have already carried out a numbe of virtual meetings, design sessions and site visits. How this will change the way we work long term will be fascinating. We wish everyone well.
Our scheme for a three storey extension to a terraced house in Lewisham has received planning permission. This bold but modest proposal is to completely transform this small family home.
For the second year in a row we have a project shortlisted for the NLA's prestigious Don't Move, Improve! awards. The award ceremony is taking place next month and coincides with the exhibition opening on Tuesday 11th February at the Building Centre on Store Street, London. As well as Elmwood Road being shortlisted, Nightingale Lane has been selected to be featured in the exhibition.
We received planning permission for Blythe Hill Lane just before the Christmas break. An early present for our client from Lewisham planning department!
Our project in the Brockley conservation area has just been submitted for planning. A modest but bold addition to a substantial Victorian villa style house the proposal creates a new kitchen and dining space that open out to the large garden.
We’ve just submitted a planning application for a new entrance foyer building and mansard roof extension to a mixed use building in the heart of Fitzrovia.
It was great to visit Clive Road recently and see the completed kitchen. Designed in collaboration with joiners Create Bespoke the finishes include burned oak, Fenix matt black laminates and patinated copper.
We’ve submitted our unusual house extension project in Lewisham for planning. The long and narrow detached house has a large and wide garden, into which we propose a pavilion like addition containing a kitchen and living/dining space.
Our Ferndale project was part of the wonderful Open House London event. It was the only contemporary project in the whole of the London Borough of Bromley to participate in this years event. Turn out and interest was high.
A new project with some unusual and challenging requirements, Roderick Road is a ground floor 2 bed flat in a double fronted mid terrace house. The existing plan has many confusing level changes and poor living space. We’re enjoying exploring a wide range of ideas to extend and reconfigure the flat and working closely with the client to determine the best way forward.
Our house extension and refurbishment project at Nightingale Lane, Bromley, is complete. We visited recently and were thrilled to receive positive feedback from the client and take some photos of the interior. The use of corten steel cladding outside means we need to wait a few months for that to rust before its ready for a professional photo shoot!
We’ve had a great run of success securing new projects in recent weeks. We’ve begun work on new projects across London, in Blackheath, Hampstead and Lewisham. A busy and creative few months ahead!
Our house refurbishment and extension project in Wandsworth has received planning permission. The design includes an 8m long roof light and large picture window framed by concrete. We’ve worked with Hoare Lea Lighting to analyse the daylighting, minimising contrast across the space while maximising daylight.
Paul travelled to Sheffield to view the Institute of Arts show at Sheffield Hallam University, where he teaches on the Interior Architecture course. While there he visited his alma mater, Sheffield University, to see the School of Architecture end of year show. Congratulations to all the students for the impressive and inspiring work.
The timber and corten steel cladding has been installed at Nightingale Lane and looks fantastic in the early summer sun. The glazing is mid install and the kitchen arrives early June. Landscaping will follow and it should be complete for the summer.
We have begun work on a new project to extend and refurbish a detached house in Catford, Lewisham. The original house dates from the early 1800s and has been extended a number of times, with many layers of history apparent. Contributing to this evolution of a home promises to be a fascinating process.
Our project in Wandsworth has been submitted for planning. The bold design proposes a 8 x 1.2m roof light made of a single double glazed panel. We are developing the design with the input of a specialist glazing sub-contractor.
Two of our projects are making great progress toward May / June completion dates. With structural works and envelopes virtually complete the sense of space and light is really becoming apparent. The glazing installation will be an amazing moment on both projects.
Robin has begun mentoring two second year degree students from the University of East London. The programme aims to help students learn about the profession and practice whilst completing their studies. We think it is a great idea and are glad to be involved and add it to the work we do with the University of Sheffield and the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust.