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A split level office space has been converted to residential use under Permitted Development. The unit has been split into a ground floor studio flat and a first floor one-bed unit with mezzanine, both with their own front door.
Remodelling of an Edwardian detached house in Bexhill-On-Sea to create an open-plan kitchen diner, guest WC, utility room and an additional bathroom. Period features were retained and restored wherever possible.
This Nash terraced house is a Grade II* listed building in Regent’s Park with the Crown Estate as freeholder. The brief required complete refurbishment and remodelling to adapt the historic building, most recently divided into residential units and communal areas by an academic institution, into a single family dwelling.
The project created a flagship building for the newly formed college, establishing a bold new façade and entrance whilst internally providing a range of formal and break-out spaces that reflect the college’s new vision for teaching and learning.
The horseshoe plan transformed an existing courtyard into a bright and flexible atrium space, while a suite of state of the art teaching and breakout spaces were created in a refurbished block and new build wings.
The building was delivered in phases keeping the college in operation throughout the works and was part funded...
Complete refurbishment of a Grade II Listed house to create a more contemporary layout, including the design of wall-mounted ‘floating’ joinery to house a kitchen in the centre of the house, new bathrooms, and
an open-plan living and library space.
Avon Angle uses a simple and classic material palette of brick, metal and glass to provide a new kitchen and dining space. The large three-storey Victorian house allowed for a generously sized rear extension to be built, whilst still being subservient to the host building.
Believed to have built in the early 1900s, this former brewery cooperage on a tight site in Central London had already been in residential use since the 1990s. CDA were invited to prepare a scheme for the extension and complete renovation of the property.