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A new indoor cricket school for south west London's most famous cricket club, the Spencer Club in Earlsfield.
The project achieved planning permission in January 2018 and starts construction in Autumn 2018.
This project will see three adjacent buildings on a vibrant corner of Soho remodelled to create new restaurant and retail space at ground level, upgraded workspaces across four floors and an additional sculptural rooftop level.
Before we started, this house felt very heavy. It had a large foot print and it felt very dense. The building had been carved up into a family home and a granny flat too, with rooms within rooms and a warren of corridors.
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.