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A new ‘Eleventh Church of Christ, Scientist London’ with 60 seat auditorium, ‘Reading Room’/bookshop, Sunday school and supporting areas, as well as separate rental offices above; by converting and expanding a dilapidated former pub in the King’s Cross conservation area.
We were appointed Architect, Interior Designer, Project Manager and Contract Administrator.
Mons Cheesemongers is located on Lordship Lane, a prominent food destination in South East London. Mons import traditionally made cheeses from France & Switzerland, ripened in the cellars at St Haon le Chatel. Fraher focused on the internal spacial layout and shop front. The design approach utilizes sympathetic materials which reflect traditional maturing rooms.
An end of terrace house in South Bristol was completely remodelled and upgraded to create a spacious kitchen/dining room with garden views. The intervention removes the existing bathroom and outbuilding to open the room to the garden; a new extension infills the long and narrow courtyard. The internal walls are removed to create one large room which contains a linear kitchen with island on one side, and a dining area along the new flank wall. Given the width of the house, the large table is set against the wall with...
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.
Our Granville Park project involved the complete redevelopment of this Victorian Villa leading onto Blackheath. This project had a demanding brief to bring the inefficiently partitioned interior of the building firmly into the 21st Century.
Le Petit Fort is an outstanding new family home by Hudson Architects on the west coast of Jersey. Set within the retained walls of an earlier building, Le Petit Fort offers an imaginative response to its setting and historical context through carefully considered contemporary architecture, a rich materials palette and fine craftsmanship.