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Freehaus were asked to develop a design for the new offices and training facilities for cafe and restaurant operator Benugo.
Working with a limited budget, Freehaus proposed a series of low cost interventions to create a contemporary, lively and grown-up environment befitting the aspirations of a young and fast-growing organisation.
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.
Occupying a significant 1.5 acre site in the city centre, the redevelopment of the former Charles Street Police Station in Leicester offered an opportunity to rejuvenate the wider area. The project brief included upgrading and extending an existing listed building, adding an extension and a new office and residential block to provide high quality office space and housing.
Regeneration of an underused high profile site in Shoreditch, Hackney, creating a new mixed use development of 70 apartments and 1200m2 of ground floor commercial/retail space in two new buildings with a landscaped courtyard between.
The existing building in which the offices are housed was over cladded with aluminium insulated panels to improve thermal efficiency. The rest of the warehouse was to be used for steel carpentry work and the assembly of components for hydraulic systems. A new canopy was erected to the east side of the main volume and was equipped with heavy duty cranes for the loading and unloading of large components from lorries and trucks.
Self-initiated studio build project in central London. Design extrapolates agricultural typologies for a contemporary structure, paying homage to the history of the site, and Waterloo city farm with whom we share the plot.
A commercial development that breathes life into a 1970's office block. The scheme comprises of the refurbishment of the interior spaces while retaining the existing structure and adding a new stair and lift core. The existing street façade is re-clad, while an origami roof structure gives this quiet Kensington Street a contemporary edge.