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Located in close proximity to Greenwich town center, the row of three bedroom houses makes the most out of brownfield land. Whilst at Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, Pencilmen Architects founder Joao Guedes led the project from inception through completion in February 2018.
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
This Brixton based project consisted of kitchen design, including custom joinery and bathroom design and specification. We created a minimal scheme with clean lines with a distinct Scandinavian feel. The cool tones of wood used in the kitchen add warmth and along with the corian worktop give the space a wonderful tactile quality.
The bathroom has a minimal monochrome palette which contrasts beautifully with the retro fittings. The white metro tiles create a continuity through the flat and provide a subtle pattern for the space. We love the simplicity of the...
“David Nossiter Architects are the creative genius behind this stunning Suffolk barn conversion.” The Sunday Times
“Winner of best restoration in last year’s Sunday Times British Homes Awards, this 5,000 sq ft barn conversion by the London-based architect David Nossiter shows how cathedral-like spaces can be made liveable…” The Sunday Times
“To tackle an existing building like this, you have to take a forensic approach to create a piece of architecture within the existing structure. This is a prime example of someone knowing when to stop adding layers” Daily Telegraph Homebuilding &...
The redevelopment of this tired 1970s building next to Reading station has created an elegant new landmark for the town centre. We stripped the building back to its frame, added four storeys and squared off the chamfered corners, a technically challenging process which required the integration of architecture and structural engineering design.
In winter 2008 Duggan Morris Architects were invited to develop proposals for the refurbishment of a house in Highgate Village on the north-eastern corner of Hampstead Heath. The building is a late 20th Century Modernist building, designed in the Brutalist style, by a well known local architect. The clients for the refurbishment are themselves also highly successful Architects, working on national and global stages for separate well known practices, but with too little time to develop the designs for the project themselves.
The tri-part involvement of several generations of architects...