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This was quite an unusual commission. The penthouse had recently been finished by a developer. Our client liked the location and the West End views from the balcony, but didn’t like the minimalist interior with white walls, frameless glass and clinical character. We were asked to give the spaces a warmer tone and more storage.
The site occupies a corner position at the junction of Stockbridge Road and Stoney Lane, where a former petrol station and car showroom have made way for a new mixed use development including a foodstore, a twelve consultant medical practice, four individual shop units, seven residential units and parking for 191 cars.
Godson Street is a Community Joint Venture project between Edgley Design, CKS partnership and Spaced Out Architecture.
The brief was to create a mixed use building which would meet the varying needs of the partners, expressing the individuality of stakeholders while bringing this ‘difference’ together in a harmonious overall scheme. Number 1 Godson Street is the only stand alone house in the development.
Occupying a significant 1.5 acre site in the city centre, the redevelopment of the former Charles Street Police Station in Leicester offered an opportunity to rejuvenate the wider area. The project brief included upgrading and extending an existing listed building, adding an extension and a new office and residential block to provide high quality office space and housing.
nimtim architects were approached by the client to create a new side and rear ground floor extension to an early 20th century semi-detached house in Lambeth. The extension had to resolve a number of existing issues at the property including extremely unstable ground conditions, poor access to the garden and very severe overlooking from a newly-built block of apartments at the back of the garden.
nimtim proposed an addition that tied into the existing garage extension creating a new element to the house that was considered as a single entity....
A new-build pavilion for the members of the Shooters Hill Lawn Tennis Club in South London, embracing an opportunity to re-think the way the existing club occupies the space and functions as a community.