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A development of 63 high quality apartments forming part of masterplan for Toynbee Hall charity.
Working in collaboration with London Square we have designed 63 high quality apartments on this historic estate in Whitechapel. This development forms part of the masterplan for the Grade II listed Toynbee Hall that also includes a new, five storey office building with community space. Construction is scheduled to complete in 2019.
Green Urban Oasis: 15 homes above shops re-imagined
Flats above shops re-imagined.
The client initially came to us with a requirement for 3-4 units above a major national retailer in place. During feasibility we were able to achieve 15, an increase of the GDV by a factor of 4.
The proposal is for the demolition of upper floors and retention of retail units in situ, and addition of 15 new residential units above and to the rear, creating an unique and calming refuge from the busy central urban area.
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...
As part of a collaborative of architects, engineers, designers and students, Freehaus has hand-built, the first non-reinforced marble structure for over a century; moreover one of the first to be exclusively built from marble waste.
A jewel in the Crown on Regent Street. This is the only Arcade on Regent Street and our transformation will breathe new life into an important retail destination with contemporary architecture living inside the Grade II listed building.
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.