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Brentford Lock West
Phase 2 of Brentford Lock West is part of a competition winning master plan delivered by Riches Hawley Mikhail Architects and in collaboration with Karakusevic Carsen and Duggan Morris Architects, consisting of various plots. Our plot offers 27 homes and a commercial unit for rent. The client’s requirements for this scheme were to transform a wasted site into a sensitive and elegant mixed tenure development, creating a new active edge for the waterside that has lacked definition for 40 years.
Annalie Riches and David Mikhail are landlord, developer and architect on this scheme of four high quality units in the London Borough of Hackney. The accommodation consists of two houses, a flat and a triplex.
Stirling Prize Mid List 2013
RIBA Award Winner 2013
RIBA London Building of the Year 2013
RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize 2013 (Shortlisted)
Housing Design Awards 2013
Wood Award 2013 Winner, Private category
East London House
This extraordinary grade II listed residence is set in a beautifully preserved Georgian area of East London. In reworking the whole house, together with its extensive rear garden, it has been transformed into a modern family home.
An extension of only one metre in depth has helped transform this house. A multitude of small rooms and a head height of only 2m in the semi underground basement kitchen made it feel very pokey. By lowering both the garden and the basement, together with stripping back the ground floor from the rear and then adding the glass box on the rear, our clients can now enjoy the garden from either the kitchen dining room or whilst relaxing in the sofa area above.
RIBA Award Winner 2011
‘Don’t Move Impro
Stockwell Park Road
Significantly damaged during the blitz, this mid-19th Century Grade II listed building had been extensively rebuilt and unsympathetically extended post war. Our brief was to provide more headroom in the basement and to make it connect more directly with the wide rear garden. As well as the usual brief of more useable space and light, DMA have looked to give a new cohesion, to the house. We soot washed the rear façade of post-war bricks to emulate the London stocks next door. Spatially, we intro
Working closely with Tower Hamlets Conservation team, we rebuilt the C20th closet wing of this Grade 2 listed house in timber and glass, carefully providing long views through to the garden from the entrance hall. The garden was terraced down to give level access out from a new family room, which is roofed in one huge sheet of glass. A secret gate between the neighbouring gardens gives children and adults free reign between houses.