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All projects - page 13

  • Black House

  • South Square

  • The Lantern Weavery

  • Hoxton Street

  • Margravine Garden

  • Chestnut Ridge

  • The Marble Pavillion

  • The Functional Corner

  • The Orangery

  • Grade II listed apartment in Mayfair

  • Trade Spitalfields

  • Victoria Leisure Centre

  • St John Street Apartment

  • Brenthouse

AR Design Studio

Black House

The house encompasses a mixture of framed and linear views across four carefully sculpted gardens that aim to each capture a piece of the surrounding landscape.

Inglis Badrashi Loddo

South Square

A reconfiguration and refurbishment of a Barrister's chambers in Holborn.

CaSA Architects

The Lantern Weavery

A texturally rich and user-focused Weavery and Seasonal Crafts Workshop designed to enable the continuation and expansion of the good work done by the Lantern Community.

Lynch Architects

Hoxton Street

We bought the upper floors of this curious little brick tower building on Hoxton Street as a place to live and work. It is part of an early 1970s social housing project by Leonard Manasseh architects designed for the Greater London Council, and acts typologically as the public face of the housing estate. We presumed that in the past the shop at ground floor was a post office and that the postmistress would have lived upstairs. In the 1980s Margaret Thatcher’s Conservative government offered council tenants the “right to buy”...

ga architects

Margravine Garden

It is a very attractive building with decorative brickwork on the front elevation, stained glass in some of the windows and front door and period railings either side of the front entrance in Baron’s Court Conservation Area. Full internal refurbishment, restoration of the front facade and rear windows to the first floor and re-slating the roof.

HollandGreen Architecture & Interiors

Chestnut Ridge

The client had recently purchased a substantial 1980’s house on a sloping site, overlooking the lush countryside of Misbourne Valley, Buckinghamshire. Whilst the house was in good order and spacious it didn’t fully maximise the views across the valley and suffered from poorly thought-out extensions that compartmentalised the house. The clients dreamt of opening up the house to the countryside while introducing an open plan kitchen and living space where the family could come together. The rear garage was to be replaced with a family gym. They also wanted...


The Marble Pavillion

As part of a collaborative of architects, engineers, designers and students, Freehaus has hand-built, the first non-reinforced marble structure for over a century; moreover one of the first to be exclusively built from marble waste.

Chris Dyson Architects

The Orangery

North London light-filled, flexible rear extension.

HASA Architects

Grade II listed apartment in Mayfair

HASA Architects has transformed the first floor of a five-storey Georgian terrace in London’s Mayfair to create a distinctive and elegant new home for a private client. The contemporary design updates and modernises the property while respecting the original character and design intent of the Grade II listed building. The restrained design focuses on space and light while a series of sensitive insertions combine with a carefully selected material palette to create distinct new spaces alongside the original features of the property.

Common Ground Workshop

Trade Spitalfields

We were commissioned to design a restaurant / coffee shop in the prominent & busy Commercial Street.


Victoria Leisure Centre

A new chapter in the provision of leisure facilities on a historic site

MortonScarr Architects

St John Street Apartment

Complete reconfiguration and refurbishment of a two bedroom loft style apartment in Central London. Raw, industrial materials, and bespoke joinery pieces complete the contemporary, urban aesthetic.

Arboreal Architecture


This late-Victorian terrace site is short of space to the rear, constrained by an industrial unit built across the back gardens. The project optimises the available space creating a rear extension with a dining room on the ground floor and a bathroom above.