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Robert Dye Architects has more than twenty years experience in the design and management of architecture. Whilst the majority of the projects focuses on the residential brief, Robert Dye Architect’s experience ranges from new- build, careful restoration and conversion of existing buidings for residential and commercial use, to urban regeneration projects, skateparks, galleries and theatres. Construction budgets over the years have ranged from £100k to £3.3M. Moreover, Robert has a wealth of experience with both public and private clients, with built work in Britain, France, and USA.
Mews House Primrose Hill 2, private residence - Shortlisted for the 2014 RIBA Regional Awards: London; Mews House Primrose Hill 2, private residence - Shortlisted for the 2014 AJ Retrofit Award \'House over 300k\'; Mews House Primrose Hill 2, private residence - Shortlisted for the 2014 Camden Design Awards \'Don\'t move, Improve!\' & \'Enhancing Context\'; Recycled House, private residence - Longlisted for the 2011 RIBA Regional Awards: London; Hamilton Terrace, private residence - Longlisted for the 2011 RIBA Regional Awards: London; Madeline Terrace, six unit housing scheme - 2009 Housing Design Awards: Exhibition of Excellence; Mews House Primrose Hill 1, private residence - Finalist for the 2009 Grand Designs Award; Cantelowes Skatepark - Commendation for the 2008 Camden Design Awards; Stealth House, private residence - winner of the 2005 RIBA Manser Medal for best new one-off house;
MEWS HOUSE PRIMROSE HILL
Extensive work to No 5 Kingstown offered Robert Dye Architects an opportunity to pursue two objectives in a single commission: to fulfill the client’s brief to enlarge, open up and modernize their home; and complete a meaningful contribution to the local streetscape.