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Fijal House is built within Ely’s central conservation area, set between the two Edwardian detached houses.
The vertical saw-tooth rhythm of the front elevation is derived from the engaged stone columns at the entrance to Ely cathedral, and is a contemporary interpretation of the Edwardian decorative brick. A precast concrete lintol spans the front elevation, and the recessed entry is lined in coloured encaustic tiles. The pitch is taken from the nave of the cathedral; the standing seam reminiscent of the cathedral’s lead roof. This gives the modest bedrooms an...
A new building on a heavily overlooked urban site comprising artist gallery, photographic studios and residential house and apartments. The carefully choreographed spaces, delivered to a tight budget demonstrates our ability to turn challenges in to creative opportunities.
New build 250 sqm family eco house on a site in Kensington with planning and access difficulties. Large basement leisure area wrapped around a courtyard with fishpond and waterfall. Featuring a wellness suite, dance floor and movie room. Many contemporary technologies and features. As seen on Grand Designs.
This large extension has turned a typical detached house into a very substantial contemporary home.
Hints to traditional rural forms have been re-interpreted into a modern design that has transformed the existing house into a stunning home.
An example of a ‘romantic ruin’, which persuaded the owners to buy the overgrown site, seek planning consent, and release its intrinsic value. LSI’s design retained the chapel as an entrance to a bespoke, patio dwelling, on axis with the former existing walled garden, with accommodation arranged on 3 sides.
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.