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Robin Hill is situated on a 7.5 acre plot on the Wentworth Estate, on the edge of the famous Wentworth Golf Course. The previous owner was a tree collector, so the undulating plot was heavily wooded with specimen trees. The original building on this large plot was 7,500ft2. The site was in the green belt and under green belt legislation any future building would be limited to 10,000ft2 under conventional planning calculations.
Marks & Spencer Foodhall anchors Cradle Bride Retail Park in Trowbridge and forms part of an overall strategic masterplan to Trowbridge Town Centre. The siting of the building provides a direct connection to St Stephens Place on the opposite side of the River Biss and is this is further reinforced by the construction of a new footbridge linking the two sites together.
This work forms part of our entry in a design competition in the autumn of 2017 to create a master plan for Liverpool University, seeking to integrate the campus better into the city. The brief is quite specific, and the university estates department have a long-term plan to create a car-free campus, with the locations of two large car parks agreed in principle. Our proposals are informed by the close integration of the city and university of Bologna, and by the repetitive urban artifact of colonnades that one finds there....
The owners of this large detached Victorian House, wanted us to work on designs for the building that would open up the internal rooms to provide large entertaining spaces. The property is located in a conservation area and had been divided into 3 flats previously. The clients wished to re-instate the property as a single family home.
A 100 year old blacksmith’s forge, rescued and transformed with a modern sustainable and super insulated straw bale and timber frame extension nestled into its existing terrain, opening up to spectacular uninterrupted panoramic views from Scotland through to Donegal. Set in an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ the building takes its queues in both form and materials from the agricultural heritage of its surroundings.
A rear extension and internal remodeling of a dilapidated Victorian terrace house bringing an abundance of natural light deep into the heart of the home.
*Shortlisted New London Architecture Don't Move Improve! 2013