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We won BD Architect of the Year 2017 for Masterplanning and Public Realm. Current work includes major schemes in Croydon, Lambeth, Tower Hamlets, Swindon and Dublin, for local authorities, major housing associations and developers. We have studios in London and Dublin.
BD Architect of the Year Awards 2017 Winner Masterplanning & Public Realm Housing Design Award 2017 Shortlist Mapleton Crescent NLA Housing Award 2016 Winner Somerleyton Road Housing Design Award 2016 Shortlist Somerleyton Road NLA Housing Award 2015 Winner Mapleton Crescent Wandsworth Design Award 2015 Winner Balham High Road
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Balham High Road
Won in a competition staged by Wandsworth Council and The Balham Partnership, and supported by the Mayor of London, the scheme comprises four projects:
• Enhancing the railway bridge environment to increase footfall and unlock the potential of the adjacent areas
• Public realm improvements to Hildreth Street to make it a vibrant market and café strip
• Public realm improvements to Balham Community Space
• A creative solution to the ‘Ugly Wall’ - a prominent but unattractive gable wall
Collectively, the project helps link together Balham’s public spaces, promote Balham’s identity and encourage visitors...