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A new ‘Eleventh Church of Christ, Scientist London’ with 60 seat auditorium, ‘Reading Room’/bookshop, Sunday school and supporting areas, as well as separate rental offices above; by converting and expanding a dilapidated former pub in the King’s Cross conservation area.
We were appointed Architect, Interior Designer, Project Manager and Contract Administrator.
InsideOut have just completed the fourth in a series of loft refurbishments at a converted warehouse in Clerkenwell. This project focussed on lighting redesign to highlight the varied and tactile finishes throughout and acoustic performance, as both clients are musicians.
A Georgian house, situated on a very busy street near Broadway Market in Hackney, was refurbished to become a family home in 2016. The house is Grade 2 listed, therefore alterations to the original fabric were mostly limited to stripping back modern finishes and making repairs, mainly of windows and fireplaces. The original timber and stone floors, including a stone staircase built by the original owner (a stone merchant who used the adjacent Regent Canal to transport his stone across London) were kept, and their age and patina is celebrated....
This Nash terraced house is a Grade I listed building in Central London with the Crown Estate as freeholder. The brief required complete refurbishment to adapt the historic building for a modern lifestyle.
2 timber framed additions to add dining space and a new hall to the Grade 2 listed Prospect House in Ebchester County Durham.
We are developing the detailed design for 2 new additions which will commence on site in 2020. The 2 rooms will be built in black stained timber with full height glazing and a sedum roof planted with local succulents.
Internally the design employs both traditional hard wearing materials and bespoke joinery inspired by the work of John Prizeman. A carpet of Staffordshire clay tiles will connect the...
Before we started, the house was in a poor state, the interior was poorly laid out and the rear garden was tiny. We were asked to open the house up, restore the period detail, modernise and do something about the tiny garden. The brief was to transform the house into an open, modern family home, where the spaces flowed into each other on the ground floor and for the garden to function as another useable room.
The project is a single-storey side extension to a ground floor property in a 1950s ex-council apartment building. The project is situated in Hampstead's Mansfield conservation area.
The property, 29 Mackeson Road, is a mid-century 1950s terrace hemmed in by late 19th century Victorian terraces on the west side of the street. The block is a post war infill, typical of the area and is unique to the street in that it is the only set of houses that are not Victorian in age or character. The building in question is...