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IF_DO is a multi award-winning RIBA chartered architecture practice based in Bermondsey, London. Established in 2014 by Al Scott, Sarah Castle and Thomas Bryans, IF_DO is dedicated to creating projects with a positive impact on users, the environment and the surrounding community.
IF_DO adopt a collaborative and explorative approach that draws on their collective experiences and interests. Their work is developed following careful analysis of context, informing architecture that is sensitive and appropriate to its place. For every scale of project, IF_DO always seek to deliver broader social and environmental benefits through their design?working with clients to make their projects do more.
Don't Move, Improve! 2019, Shortlist American Institute of Architects UK, Young Architect Award 2018, Winner The Architecture MasterPrize 2018, Educational Buildings, Winner Civic Trust Pro-Tem Award 2018, Winner FX International Design Awards 2018, Breakthrough Talent of the Year, Winner AJ Architecture Awards 2018, School Project of the Year, Shortlist Architizer A+ Awards 2018, Pavilions, Shortlist Haringey Design Awards 2018, Best House, Shortlist D&AD Awards 2018, Spatial Design/Installation Design, Wood Pencil American Architecture Prize 2017, Small Architecture, Winner American Architecture Prize 2017, Installations and Structures (Landscape Architecture), Winner Blueprint Awards 2017, Best Small Project, Winner Wallpaper* Architects Directory 2017: the world's top 20 emerging practices AJ Architecture Awards 2017, Budget Project of the Year, Highly Commended Architectural Review Emerging Architecture Award 2017, Shortlist
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Sixth Form Centre
Little Horsecroft Cottage
No.23 Burgh Street is a grade-II listed Georgian town house in Islington, London that has undergone a complete restoration, two storey rear extension and new garden room. The new additions are designed to maximise physical and visual connections to garden, with natural light pouring into the spaces through the inclusion of large rooflights. Bespoke timber joinery has been designed to bring warmth to spaces and create elegant and unusual transitions between the old and new built fabric.
The temporary refurbishment and improvement of a single-storey prefabricated building on Lower Marsh, London, to create a new mixed-use creative enterprise hub for Meanwhile Space CIC. The project includes a co-working space, an office for The Job Shop, and a retail unit.
The project at Montague Court includes the renovation and extension of an existing apartment situated within a former synagogue in Hackney. The existing property is transformed through the insertion of naturally lit, naturally ventilated, insulated timber structure within an existing North-facing courtyard.
Originally a synagogue built in 1902, and converted to housing in the 1990s, this significant building is characterised by its distinctive octagonal form, large Crittel windows, Hebrew lettering, and the irregular courtyard gardens which hug the perimeter of the building.
The new extension is shaped by the highly unusual...
Sixth Form Centre
A new Sixth Form Centre for an independent girl's school located an area of outstanding natural beauty in the Surrey Hills. The project includes new classrooms, a library, common room, and auditorium.
Dulwich Pavilion—‘After Image’—is a temporary structure at the Dulwich Picture Gallery and formed the centre-piece of the London Festival of Architecture 2017. The structure provides a flexible events space, with a bar pod incorporated to serve food and drink. Using reflection as a tool to mediate between the monolithic nature of Sir John Soane’s gallery and the surrounding landscape, the pavilion creates new, intense and lasting experiences for the gallery’s visitors.
Little Horsecroft Cottage
This project has seen a derelict grade-II listed cottage, saved from ruin by clients whose family’s historic and deep-rooted connection to the house, wider site, and community has driven an investment in the building which goes beyond the typical — a passion which, coupled with the complex nature of historic building work, has demanded the very best in design and delivery from it’s architects. A 17th century building brought into the 21st century, with:
- 100% potable water produced on site;
- 100% heating energy requirements met by a GSHP on site;
No.10 Well Street is a grade-II listed Georgian town house that has undergone a complete restoration and improvement programme. The plan has been rationalised and the house re-oriented to focus on the garden. Natural light has been brought into the centre of the house, and a substantial new living space added at the rear which maximises views over the west-facing walled garden.