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Projects
Profiles
  • Cradle of Idris

  • Highbury Terrace Mews

  • Dartmouth Park House

  • Clerkenwell Office

  • Fulham House

  • Klippan House

  • CONDUIT STREET

  • Hard working house

  • Landor Road

  • Gasworks

  • Holmby Hills Residence

  • A house in a garden

  • Islington Apartment

  • The Oaks

Studio HE (S /HE)

Cradle of Idris

Competition for a mobile boutique glamping cottage to be set on the coast of Wales. The concept was derived by the sharing of mythical stories, shadow dance (light/shadow/theatre) and framing of views. The form was derived from beach huts flipped on each other then joined with a glass fissure (to allow for light/views). Working with natural material and native to Wales, we attempted to create a lush yet sustainable design. Utilising a stove, solar panels and converters, we sought to make this small cottage self sufficient. I.e. Utilising heat and solar...

Studio 54 Architecture

Highbury Terrace Mews

Highbury Terrace Mews The re-cladding and internal refurbishment of a 1980's built terrace house in Islington Photographs by Sarah Blee

Architecture for London

Dartmouth Park House

This refurbishment and extension of a detached Victorian villa in Dartmouth Park, north London, creates an improved connection to the garden.

Architecture for London

Clerkenwell Office

This Clerkenwell office refurbishment and extension improves a character building that had previously been converted from a Victorian warehouse.

Belsize Architects

Klippan House

A Grade 2 listed building remodelled and returned to a single family dwelling

Feix&Merlin Architects

CONDUIT STREET

London’s newest home for a diverse community of people passionate about positive social change. A 40,000 sqft hospitality project on Conduit St, in the heart of Mayfair, London. The project involved the full interior refurbishment and extension of an existing 8-storey neo-classical building to create a new a new members club with a social and sustainability focus.

Urban Projects Bureau

Hard working house

Mixed-use development providing commercial spaces, residential accommodation and a three-storey family home.

Nagan Johnson LLP

Landor Road

Multi-residential new-build housing scheme

Quinn Architects

Holmby Hills Residence

Stacked and shifted horizontal planes cut the exceptional landscape creating expansive views out into the Hollywood hills and downtown Los Angeles.

David-Leech Architects

A house in a garden

An award winning family home

Jonathan Clark Architects

Islington Apartment

This apartment is a Grade 2 listed former ballroom. The ceilings are 4.7 metres high allowing space for a mezzanine down one side. Total area is 180sq.m.

SOUP Architects

The Oaks

Refurbishment of one half of a Grade II listed stable block to allow the whole building to function as a single house.