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Freehaus


Freehaus

Location London

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Ethos

We draw from the belief that the best results are borne through collaboration.
We involve our clients and colleagues to create spaces grounded and engaged in context. Through our work, we strive to communicate the impact design has on the way we interact with one another and the world around us.

Places matter.
As a socially-minded design studio, we work ethically and sustainably to ensure that our projects are rooted in their locales. We want our projects to resonate with their end-users and have a positive effect on their environments. As such we understand the need to engage with local communities and stakeholders in order to maximise the potential of a given project.

Every project is unique.
This is why we dedicate a good part of our design process to research and immerse ourselves in the worlds of our clients. We pride ourselves on working tirelessly to help our clients unlock the potential of their projects in order to achieve the best results.

We are observers.
By taking the time to listen to our clients' concerns and aspirations, we open ourselves to an exciting array of project briefs, differing environments, and unique concepts. So whilst we are designers of spaces; our output is wide, mirroring our ambition.

We believe that spaces should be inviting, tactile and haptic. Our projects are rooted in a focus on materials, textures, and form. Whilst we pay attention to trends, we seek to skip the generic, we avoid a house style and instead commit to what is truly unique. Although our projects differ aesthetically, at their core they all seek the betterment of our environments and our spaces.

If you would like to find out how we can help you realise your project, do get in touch!

Project sectors

  • One-off Homes
  • Interior Design
  • Refurbishment and Extensions
  • Office Fit-out
  • Retail Interiors
  • Bars, Cafes & Restaurants
  • Community Centres
  • Libraries
  • Housing Scheme (20+)
  • Galleries and Museums
  • Temporary Installations
  • Heritage & Religious Buildings
  • Public Spaces
  • Urban Design
  • Guesthouses & Hotels
  • Student Housing
  • Housing Scheme (0-20)

Specialist skills

Services offered

Full architectural service, Interior design, Feasibility, Renders & CGIs, Technical drawings

Budget

  • Minimum 100000
  • Maximum 5000000

Freehaus

Sesame

Drawing references from fast food restaurants and inspired by vibrant market stalls and smoking grills of the Middle East, Freehaus designed Ottolenghi team’s new fast food restaurant Sesame, to provide a contemporary take on fast food - clean, bright and lively.

Freehaus

The V&A Quadrangle Concierge Stations and Corner Kiosk

Freehaus worked with Benugo on a series of interventions in the quadrangle of the Victorian and Albert Museum to provide a new and dynamic form of food and beverage offer.

Freehaus

Nevill Road

An internal refurbishment of a Victorian terraced house, including structural and drainage alterations.

Freehaus

Hermann's

Full architectural services for the interior of a new co-working space and food innovation hub in Berlin.

Working alongside internationally renowned German food company Bahlsen, Freehaus played a key role in developing the strategic brief for this project and identifying suitable premises.

The design language of the interior is deliberately pared back to provide a backdrop to the activity of the individuals within, which is placed centre-stage. Through a combination of niche spaces, reconfigurable furniture and opportunities for display and demonstration, the space is intended to function as an environment for discussion,...

Freehaus

The Marble Pavillion

As part of a collaborative of architects, engineers, designers and students, Freehaus has hand-built, the first non-reinforced marble structure for over a century; moreover one of the first to be exclusively built from marble waste.

Freehaus

Benugo Office

Freehaus were asked to develop a design for the new offices and training facilities for cafe and restaurant operator Benugo.

Working with a limited budget, Freehaus proposed a series of low cost interventions to create a contemporary, lively and grown-up environment befitting the aspirations of a young and fast-growing organisation.


Freehaus

Benugo Topshop

Freehaus have collaborated with Benugo on their first venture with Topshop with the opening of a new food and beverage offer within their flagship store on Oxford Street, London.

Freehaus developed a unique design concept combining Benugo’s existing branding identity with the ephemeral architectural language of fashion and catwalks.


Freehaus

Vico

Drawing inspiration from Rome and its boisterous and bold piazzas, the ambition of the 500m2 restaurant was to evoke the streets of the Eternal City.

Alongside full architectural services Freehaus worked with local fabricators to develop bespoke furniture, artworks and ironmongery for this large and holistic fit out to a Grade II listed building in London’s historic Seven Dials.


Freehaus

Merchant Court

Refurbishment of a one-bedroom residential unit within a Wapping warehouse, providing an additional bedroom whilst celebrating the building's neglected historic features.

Freehaus

Tuba Handles

Tuba is a range of pull handles designed by product designer Felix de Pass and architects Freehaus.


Freehaus

Benugo Luton Airport

New coffee shop and delicatessen for Benugo at London Luton Airport. The design approach recreates the sense of style and comfort associated with the golden age of travel whilst borrowing from the visual language of airport environments through the choice of materials, floor markings and exposed structures.

Freehaus worked closely with the airport to meet with their approval procedures to ensure design quality and compliance with technical, safety and security requirements.