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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.
Thirty Broadwick replaces a large unattractive building taking up a block in the heart of Soho. Emrys’s task was to nestle a new 120,000 sq ft building into the mixed urban context without being overbearing. Emrys broke down the main facades into component parts, employing a palette of materials characteristic of the conservation area but applied in a contemporary manner. One section of the façade to Broadwick Street is formed in two distinct parts, the predominant section is in roman brick with Portland stone detailing with a second part clad...
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.
New headquarters for international furniture maker Brunner, converting a historic warehouse on Rosebery Ave. in Clerkenwell into a light spacious gallery showroom and offices, in the heart of London’s design quarter.
Set in an unusually long narrow industrial 1890s warehouse building, the new showroom is part of Brunner’s long term plan to expand its UK operations and dramatically increase the brand’s public face.
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.
We have submitted to planning an application for the refurbishment and extension of an existing commercial Victorian building in Peckham South London. The application proposes the provision of a mixed-use scheme of B1 Business units and C3 Residential units.
A new living identity: Glamorous Green Living
The proposed design seeks to stimulate a new sensitivity to agriculture, preferring ecological progressive policies, defending biodiversity and local specificity.
Imagining an alternative and unconventional urban lifestyle that combines city density, services and technology to the principles of a healthy life immersed in nature, an equipped nature that can be experienced and enjoyed by its inhabitants. A place to live in green.
Plurality as a Value
The masterplan reinterprets the urban Milan city block by translating it into a new reality like the traditionally agricultural area of...