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The site occupies a corner position at the junction of Stockbridge Road and Stoney Lane, where a former petrol station and car showroom have made way for a new mixed use development including a foodstore, a twelve consultant medical practice, four individual shop units, seven residential units and parking for 191 cars.
The remodelling and extension of a 1950s house located on a steeply sloping site, creating a contemporary new glazed and oak louver-clad extension to the front, alongside new open plan spaces throughout which make the most of views across the valley to the rear.
The redevelopment of this tired 1970s building next to Reading station has created an elegant new landmark for the town centre. We stripped the building back to its frame, added four storeys and squared off the chamfered corners, a technically challenging process which required the integration of architecture and structural engineering design.
AR Design Studio has received planning permission for the Woodland Cabin. Sited on the edge of deciduous woodland its purpose is to serve as guest accommodation and as an independent space for the children as they grow older. The brief was to create compact, off the grid, self-build ancillary space for their house. With the client having little experience of construction, part of the brief was to design the cabin such that it could be built using simple techniques. This would enable much of the work to be carried out...
The Ballymacrea House is a wonderful celebration of the often forgotten Northern Irish, Mid Century Modern homes. Situated on a split level site overlooking the North Coast, the house features a full wall of glazing on the first floor to take advantage of the stunning panoramic views. The sharp white frame of the upper storey appears to float above the dark ground floor monolithic plinth, cantilevering in every direction, creating dramatic perspectives from every direction.
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.
London’s newest home for a diverse community of people passionate about positive social change. A 40,000 sqft hospitality project on Conduit St, in the heart of Mayfair, London. The project involved the full interior refurbishment and extension of an existing 8-storey neo-classical building to create a new a new members club with a social and sustainability focus.