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Karl & Vanessa were moving from a large New York apartment to London. They had been living a lateral existence, all rooms on the same level, no steps and no stairs. They asked for a sense of their New York apartment in their new home, but there was only one catch… The house they were buying was a town house, over five floors, with steps in abundance.
‘Soft’ and ‘delicate’ were the starting points for the concept. The existing property had a myriad of architectural features – steel Crittal windows and doors, exposed brickwork and steel columns painted gold. A colour palette of subdued, grown-up pastels was chosen to bring a calming cohesiveness to the space. As the light changes throughout the day these subtle nuances of colours are picked up.
Textures are modern and luxurious – linen and matt Fenix NTM sits alongside velvet, marble and mirrored surfaces. The interplay of these varying textures allows the space...
Our client approached us to design a family home on a steeply sloping wooded site on the Isle of Wight overlooking the Solent, having bought the site cheaply as ground conditions were considered too difficult to build on.
Lansdowne Gardens is a new three bedroom house which has replaced a derelict single storey doctors surgery within a conservation area. The site, which is flanked by two listed buildings, was set back from the highway behind the remnants of an old brick garden wall and had consent for a two bed house won at appeal by another firm.
Sensitive rooftop conversion and extension to Victorian office building within Islington’s Rosebery Avenue Conservation Area, creating four duplex apartments, each with a private terrace overlooking the City. New autonomous residential entrance and circulation core with lift.
Ty Hedfan meaning ‘hovering house’, is an exploration of the practice’s interest in highly site specific and contextual architecture which takes its cue from the traditional Welsh long house form and the topographical constraints of the site.
Previously, The Heroes of Alma, this house when a pub was a popular haunt with the Beatles, Queen and Pink Floyd as it was the closest pub to Abbey Road studios. When the Beatles were recording there during the Sixties, the Heroes of Alma was where they would beat a retreat for a restorative pint or two. It has been a house for many years, but it still attracts camera-wielding tourists on the Beatles' trail.