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Our client approached us to design a family home on a steeply sloping wooded site on the Isle of Wight overlooking the Solent, having bought the site cheaply as ground conditions were considered too difficult to build on.
An example of a ‘romantic ruin’, which persuaded the owners to buy the overgrown site, seek planning consent, and release its intrinsic value. LSI’s design retained the chapel as an entrance to a bespoke, patio dwelling, on axis with the former existing walled garden, with accommodation arranged on 3 sides.
Church Lane is a semi-detached former workers cottage that previously provided cramped and outdated accommodation has been transformed with two single storey extensions to the front and rear that almost double its footprint.
Studio Weave were selected as one of the ten finalists chosen from 475 entries for the Hans Christian Andersen House of Fairytales, an international competition organised by the Danish Architects’ Association and Odense City Museums.
RENOVATION OF GRADE II LISTED APARTMENT
Set in the centre of Primrose Hill Village on a private street overlooking the park, this beautiful garden apartment was found completely unmodernised - having been in the same hands for over 50 years.
Following our Stage 2 short-listing, and in response to London Festival of Architecture's call for improvements to the Thessaly Railway Bridge underpass in Wandsworth, we proposed the tallest periscope in London at the Ascalon St. entrance of the underpass, balanced by a Camera Obscura/Kaleidoscope at the St. George’s School entrance. These powerful markers were to be combined with tiled friezes by fine artist, Mary Evans, within the underpass and complimented by enhanced lighting, elegant decorative tile accents and a sequence of directional floor markers between Ascalon St. and Corunna St.
The client purchased the house because of the large south facing the rear garden. Logically everything was about the garden – to incorporate it as much as possible into everyday life.
The challenge was to re-organise the ground floor layout with the new extension to establish a connection between the existing parts of the house and the new open plan area. The client also wanted a private space in the loft with a view of the garden.
Le Petit Fort is an outstanding new family home by Hudson Architects on the west coast of Jersey. Set within the retained walls of an earlier building, Le Petit Fort offers an imaginative response to its setting and historical context through carefully considered contemporary architecture, a rich materials palette and fine craftsmanship.