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Myriad is an inhabitable sculpture that captures a wide and ever changing series of vistas from the spectacular surroundings, to create a dynamic multi-perspective collage that constantly shifts in relation to the visitors’ movement around and within the sculpture.
Peckham Levels offers much needed creative workspace, designed to inspire and support a new community of artists, makers and entrepreneurs, as well as providing benefits to the wider community. All tenants are creatives and independent businesses, mostly drawn from the local area, and selected on their commitment to contributing positively to the community through participation in a structured programme of outreach projects.
A new ‘Eleventh Church of Christ, Scientist London’ with 60 seat auditorium, ‘Reading Room’/bookshop, Sunday school and supporting areas, as well as separate rental offices above; by converting and expanding a dilapidated former pub in the King’s Cross conservation area.
We were appointed Architect, Interior Designer, Project Manager and Contract Administrator.
Comprehensive improvements and expansion to the British Academy of Film and Television Arts grade II listed headquarters at 195 Piccadilly. Our Strategic Improvements Masterplan focuses on robust flexibility with options for phasing.
Proposals enhance BAFTA’s identity as an international centre of excellence for the motion picture arts, and balance members’ needs with extra revenue generation to ensure long-term financial sustainability for the charity.
New archaeological museum and visitors centre in the remarkable landscape of Kilmartin Glen. Winner of the 1998 Gulbenkian Prize, Scottish Museum of the Year and the 1997 Argyll & Bute Planning Design award.
The Hub, is a Myplace funded youth-led ClubHouse in Enfield, London. It is a project for young people 13 to 19. The Hub's new building is a remodelled and re-clad existing two storey youth club with a large new two storey extension.
Westminster Chapel is one of a quartet of significant religious building in the City of Westminster, along with the Abbey, Cathedral and Methodist Central Hall, however it is little known and lacks a street presence. We are currently investigating how to increase visibility, accessibility and functionality during the modernisation of this significant Grade II listed building.
Throughout the design process we have engaged thoroughly with the congregation of Westminster Chapel, this included spending 10-days in residency within the building which enabled us to fully understand how the site works for its...
The longest bench in Britain seats over 300 people along the spine of Littlehampton's coastline and measures 324 metres in length. It is made from thousands of hardwood bars reclaimed from seaside groynes and landfill.
In 2015 the practice was commissioned to oversee a complete restoration of the internal and external fabric of the University of Winchester?s Victorian Chapel to be one of the most visible expressions of the celebrations to commemorate the 175th anniversary of the educational establishment. In addition, the University asked for an extension to the chapel, to include a small side chapel and a social and meeting space. The brief was to create a very special project, to sit as a small ?jewel? in the heart of the campus
Listed home refurbishment, extension, and conversion of an outbuilding and creation of glazed link.
The Grade II Listed property built as 2 mirrored flint cottages had undergone several revisions most significantly becoming a single dwelling in the mid-late 19th Century and the addition of a bay window. When the property became the Vicarage in 1925 a flat roofed extension was added to the original west cottage. The outbuilding lying along the road was also altered considerably over the years, from being a stable to a garage.
The vision was to...