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Cardinal House is a Grade II Listed building on Lymington High Street, leased by Café Nero, which has been the subject of numerous planning applications and appeals in the past.
PAD studio’s contemporary insertion provides a number of important functions in order to ensure the future use and preservation of the listed building. The development floods the interior of Café Nero with natural light, increasing the floor area and providing access to a sunny rear courtyard.
A small renovation project to a period apartment in Whitechapel was completed with the addition of bespoke joinery to provide additional storage in the form of a large window bench that doubles to provide seating for the dining table. The project was carried out under difficult time constraints and on a very tight budget.
The existing building was in a very sorry state. The front façade had become detached from the building. The roof was leaking and there was a large lift in the middle of the house. The building had not been touched for 30 years, it needed a lot of work.
The existing staircase sat in the middle of the building and dominated the plan. The rear bedrooms were all accessed from the half landings. What was a sizeable house felt small and pokey. We took the decision to relocate the staircase to...
A house in a conservation area has been remodelled to create a light filled basement with pop-up cinema, sky lit bathrooms plus a curved brick wall tying the old to new.
*Winner AJ Retrofit Awards 2016 - House over £500K
*Shortlisted New London Architecture - Don't Move Improve! 2016
We have reinvented 15,000 sqft of underutilised commercial space in Dartford’s town centre to create 13 contemporary, timber-clad apartments in a development that has revived and redefined the previously, underutilised public realm.
HASA Architects has completed works to transform a derelict horticultural glasshouse at Highgate Bowl in North London into a new public space. The project, inspired by the frame and construction of the original building, explores the possibilities of this forgotten piece of the city by bringing it back into public use through a series of small-scale interventions. These sensitive interventions take the form of new external and internal pathways, as well as rooms and furniture pieces that guide visitors through the large open bays of the glasshouse while framing views...
When Maggie and Kevin first approached us, they had recently purchased a charming old cottage in the heart of Fintry’s conservation area. The rear of the house had already been extended once, and had unobstructed views south towards the grand Campsie Fells. Maggie and Kevin spoke to us at the first meeting of ‘a glass box pointed at the view’.
It is a very attractive building with decorative brickwork on the front elevation, stained glass in some of the windows and front door and period railings either side of the front entrance in Baron’s Court Conservation Area.
Full internal refurbishment, restoration of the front facade and rear windows to the first floor and re-slating the roof.