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Mole was announced as runners-up in a competition for Churchill College in Cambridge to provide 32 new graduate rooms on a site next to the Grade 2 Listed Sheppard Flats. Our scheme separated the rooms into three ‘houses’ with south-facing shared living rooms. The forms of the three houses are variations on a standard ‘type’, with each house unique according to its location.
Fraher Architects worked on the design proposals for the counter space, produce display and lighting arrangement for the food shop and butchers. Fraher and Co completed the fabrication and installation of the joinery.
It is a very attractive building with decorative brickwork on the front elevation, stained glass in some of the windows and front door and period railings either side of the front entrance in Baron’s Court Conservation Area.
Full internal refurbishment, restoration of the front facade and rear windows to the first floor and re-slating the roof.
Won in a competition staged by Wandsworth Council and The Balham Partnership, and supported by the Mayor of London, the scheme comprises four projects:
• Enhancing the railway bridge environment to increase footfall and unlock the potential of the adjacent areas
• Public realm improvements to Hildreth Street to make it a vibrant market and café strip
• Public realm improvements to Balham Community Space
• A creative solution to the ‘Ugly Wall’ - a prominent but unattractive gable wall
Collectively, the project helps link together Balham’s public spaces, promote Balham’s identity and encourage visitors...
Working as executive architect for Paris based design architects Lia Kiladis + Christine Ilex Beinemeier, this project had us overseeing the renovation and extension of a lovely little Georgian house in central Islington through from RIBA Stage E (Technical Design), to Tender and Construction.
The Marmalade Lane development is a development of 42 houses and apartments, designed around established cohousing principles. Cambridge Cohousing adopted most aspects of what have become typical within cohousing communities. Cohousing originated in Denmark in the 1970’s, where today about 1% of all housing uses the cohousing model. Sometimes referred to as ‘intentional communities’, a cohousing community is centred round communal space, and some form of common ownership and investment in time towards the community. At Marmalade the community all have a share of the Common House, which houses...