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The design and construction of a new-build Sixth Form Study Block for Graveney School, following the awarding of an Academies Capital Maintenance Fund. The building provides valuable extra teaching, study and events spaces for sixth form students, and makes a positive contribution to Graveney’s campus and host of fine architectural buildings.
This is a loft conversion with a difference. The folded oak and steel staircase is bathed in light, sunlight punches into the heart of the house, and the top-lit glass shelving walls separates and connects the study to the rest of the house with elegance.
This Nash terraced house is a Grade II* listed building in Regent’s Park with the Crown Estate as freeholder. The brief required complete refurbishment and remodelling to adapt the historic building, most recently divided into residential units and communal areas by an academic institution, into a single family dwelling.
PAD studio were approached by a family who were interested in investigating the Paragraph 55 (formally PPS7) NPPF policy to seek planning permission for a new house in a beautiful rural site.
This is a very specific, highly challenging policy to meet,
A rolling programme of major external and internal works at Central Saint Martin's two principle campuses, Kings Cross and Byam Shaw. At Kings Cross proposals were developed in close collaboration with staff and students to make better use of several key spaces.
The clients brief is to increase the space of their semi detached home with the addition of an extension to the rear of the property.
The extension will provide a generous kitchen and dining space and will allow for a downstairs shower room to be included.
The brief for this new build house in Cheshire was to create a bespoke, contemporary home to replace the existing dilapidated property that sits on the plot. Located in the Cheshire Green Belt, the site is situated in a rural context, surrounded by agricultural land and buildings. The key priority for the client was to maximise views of the site which is a large, green, semi-rural plot that is bound on both sides by mature trees and drops down to a meandering river.