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A three-sided glass-box addition to a Grade II-listed house replaces a poorly used 1980s annex, easing flow around the house and garden with rear glazing and a glass floor. The glass cuts across the floor of a new glass study on the upper ground, creating sightlines to the enhanced kitchen/diner below. A skylight echoing the study floor increases natural light. The listed Georgian brick now serves as a feature wall between the study and reception rooms, and can be viewed from the garden through the uninterrupted glazing.
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.
RENOVATION OF GRADE II LISTED APARTMENT
Set in the centre of Primrose Hill Village on a private street overlooking the park, this beautiful garden apartment was found completely unmodernised - having been in the same hands for over 50 years.
New headquarters for international furniture maker Brunner, converting a historic warehouse on Rosebery Ave. in Clerkenwell into a light spacious gallery showroom and offices, in the heart of London’s design quarter.
Set in an unusually long narrow industrial 1890s warehouse building, the new showroom is part of Brunner’s long term plan to expand its UK operations and dramatically increase the brand’s public face.
Derwent London appointed us to look at the refurbishment of a number of rental residential units of an apartment building in Rathbone Place. The brief asked for a fit-out concept to be replicated thought-out all the units and to be implemented sequentially at the end of each tenancy. The furnishing selection was part of the brief.
Fit out and furnishing have been considered together so to achieve a coherent concept and an atmosphere for the interior of the flats.
Attention was given to design solutions that minimise maintenance, improve access for repair...