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A three-sided glass-box addition to a Grade II-listed house replaces a poorly used 1980s annex, easing flow around the house and garden with rear glazing and a glass floor. The glass cuts across the floor of a new glass study on the upper ground, creating sightlines to the enhanced kitchen/diner below. A skylight echoing the study floor increases natural light. The listed Georgian brick now serves as a feature wall between the study and reception rooms, and can be viewed from the garden through the uninterrupted glazing.
New coffee shop and delicatessen for Benugo at London Luton Airport. The design approach recreates the sense of style and comfort associated with the golden age of travel whilst borrowing from the visual language of airport environments through the choice of materials, floor markings and exposed structures.
Freehaus worked closely with the airport to meet with their approval procedures to ensure design quality and compliance with technical, safety and security requirements.
Private Residential refurbishment and extension.
Gladstone Street is a hidden gem of beautiful Victorian terraces, right in the middle between Elephant&Castle and Waterloo in one of the most vibrant parts of South London.
Situated in the small hamlet of Fallahogey in Co.Londonderry is a dwelling designed to integrate into its surroundings, deal intelligently with the climate whilst satisfying the client’s request of a home which truly reflected their desires, aspirations and lifestyle. The new residence cultivates the site by allowing the existing conditions to influence its form and construction, whilst enabling us to create thoroughly modern architecture that adopts the spirit of the vernacular without resorting to mimicking its forms and construction.
3 days were the time limitation for creating 3 different designs for the stadium, residing at the seaside. Location strongly inspired aesthetics. Models were submitted to the design competition and 3 distinct creative approaches to the project were offered in order to satisfy wide range of aesthetic appetites.
This beautiful grade II listed property in Hampstead Garden Suburb's was completely refurbished internally and externally. The building was in a poor condition and needed to be fully re plumbed and re wired to comply with modern building regulations. The repair work to the external areas had to be carried out carefully and coordinated with the local planners, Barnet and the Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust. We held several meetings with all parties to establish the correct palette of materials.