Transforming the way clients search, find and hire architects - COMING EARLY 2017
Project SectorResidential, Commercial, Retail, Sports & Leisure, Public, Other
Laura Sanjuan & Russell Potter
Unit Nine Compton Courtyard
- 40 Compton St
- EC1V 0BD
A unique and complex site which features no less than eleven listed buildings (plus four unlisted) centred around a neglected and underused courtyard space in the middle of Soho.
SODA. has recently lodged a planning application for the substantial remodelling of three adjacent buildings on a corner-plot of central London. Our proposals seek the full-scale renovation and refurbishment of four floors of office space, the creation of a new statement retail and restaurant shell at ground floor and a striking rooftop extension - all facilitated by strategically remodelling a number of internal lightwells.
This project sees a complete renovation, refurbishment and extension of a beautiful, three-storey townhouse located in London Fields, East London.
The property itself was formerly divided into separate units and subsequently the lower ground floor was completely unused and in need of major repair works in order to transform into a modern family home.
The latest venture from renowned restaurateurs Russell Norman and Richard Beatty (Polpo, Mishkins, Spuntino), sought to redevelop a prominent building in the heart of London’s theatreland into a modern British pub.
SODA. have recently completed the extension and remodelling of this 1970’s family house. Situated on a private road in Kingston-upon-Thames. Our proposals sought to extend the house both to the front and the rear – replacing a lean-to conservatory with a modern kitchen, breakfast and dining room and replacing an existing garage with a bright and spacious family room.
This Grade II* Listed building was devastated by fire in 2009. The site has stood derelict until now and SODA. are pleased to announce that planning permission and listed building consent have been granted to fully reinstate the four storeys plus basement townhouse to its former glory.
After two years of development - and recently unveiled at a public exhibition in Soho - these proposals will breathe life into one of the last seedy areas of central London. The plans (in collaboration with MATT architecture) will replace a number of tired and decrepit buildings with a new and exciting architecture inspired by the theatrical nature of the site and the local history of the conservation area.