Transforming the way clients search, find and hire architects - COMING EARLY 2017
Project SectorResidential, Commercial, Interior Design, Retail, Sports & Leisure, Public, Health, Education, Other
Sustainable Design, Refurbishment, Masterplanning
RICS Award for Design through Innovation
Sunday Times Best 100 Small Companies to Work For
East of England Constructing Excellence Consultancy Practice of the Year
Building Magazine Top Consultant
Green Apple Award for Sustainability
Refurbishment of the UEA's Union House building to create a buzzing, light filled, multi-use space which is proving very popular with students
The previous single glazed conservatory was replaced with a more robust, single story extension.
This new extension has been designed as a contemporary addition to the rear of the property
A private house for a young family; The Shippen is a converted cow shed
which has been sensitively converted into a two bedroom house.
A two-storey newbuild office and ancillary storage building close to the north Norfolk coast for administration and maintenance of the Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm.
A new build Palliative Care Centre for patients with life-limiting conditions and their families, won in a limited RIBA design competition.
Harpley PRU works with a wide range of students with special educational needs and caters for secondary pupils from across Tower Hamlets with behavioural and learning difficulties.
An example of a ‘romantic ruin’, which persuaded the owners to buy the overgrown site, seek planning consent, and release its intrinsic value. LSI’s design retained the chapel as an entrance to a bespoke, patio dwelling, on axis with the former existing walled garden, with accommodation arranged on 3 sides.
An RIBA Award-winning 4-bedroom, sustainable, timber and glass ‘legacy house’ for the family and the environment on a prominent riverside in the Broads.
This 232-bedroom, 5 to 7 storey ‘jewel in the crown’ of UEA’s East campus masterplan forms a south-facing U-shape. Constructed in CLT to an exacting programme (brief to opening in 24 months), the project achieved BREEAM Excellent, by incorporating many carbon-reducing measures, and a vertical greenwall, to offset loss of landscape.
University Technical College Norfolk (UTCN) provides a new education concept for 14 – 19 year old students within the constraints of a former light industrial unit to the south east of Norwich City centre.