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The essence of the design brief was to generate a landmark building for Select Property Group in the heart of Greater Manchester, with residences offering a high quality, vibrant, inner city lifestyle.
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.
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 Frieze office build could have been a complicated project as Quinn Architects worked for both the Landlord on the structure and Frieze on the interior, but Laurence and his team were a pleasure to work with at all times. Quinn Architects understood clearly the effect we were looking for, and designed both the structure and details to fit this brief perfectly. We could not be happier with the finished product - the office is a great pleasure in which to work.
Matthew Slotover, Director, Frieze
This project consists of a group of six mixed-use buildings, with commercial lower floors and residential flats above, replicating the local context of flats above shops. The commercial elements open up to the street, with free-form living spaces wrapped in brass above.
The saw-tooth residential forms channel views down the street for privacy reasons, their varying forms expressing their differing identities while reflecting the varied roofscape of the context.