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EXTENSION AND RENOVATION
The renovation and extension of a Victorian industrial building to create a single-family residence above an existing art gallery, on one of central-east London's busy street markets.
Our brief was to modernise the interiors of One Station Square, an under-used 1970s office block in Bracknell, increasing its attractiveness to occupiers.
We wanted to provide something completely new for the Bracknell office market and a major contributor to this goal was the removal of the suspended ceilings to expose the ‘potted’ soffit. This creates the impression of larger spaces.
This project has seen a derelict grade-II listed cottage, saved from ruin by clients whose family’s historic and deep-rooted connection to the house, wider site, and community has driven an investment in the building which goes beyond the typical — a passion which, coupled with the complex nature of historic building work, has demanded the very best in design and delivery from it’s architects. A 17th century building brought into the 21st century, with:
- 100% potable water produced on site;
- 100% heating energy requirements met by a GSHP on site;
The AMP Studios Pavilion on the Old Kent Road was conceived as a simple, coherent structure that would echo and complement the urban setting between the railway line and busy road. Accepting of its inner-city environment, the pavilion serves as a focal element, enticing users into the space.
The brick arches of AMP Studios accommodate an interesting mix of uses. The two first arches are studio spaces for artists and creatives, whilst the two at the rear serve as combined/adaptable spaces for private parties and events. In order to provide a...
Peckham Levels offers much needed creative workspace, designed to inspire and support a new community of artists, makers and entrepreneurs, as well as providing benefits to the wider community. All tenants are creatives and independent businesses, mostly drawn from the local area, and selected on their commitment to contributing positively to the community through participation in a structured programme of outreach projects.