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Dulwich Pavilion—‘After Image’—is a temporary structure at the Dulwich Picture Gallery and formed the centre-piece of the London Festival of Architecture 2017. The structure provides a flexible events space, with a bar pod incorporated to serve food and drink. Using reflection as a tool to mediate between the monolithic nature of Sir John Soane’s gallery and the surrounding landscape, the pavilion creates new, intense and lasting experiences for the gallery’s visitors.
We were appointed by Quintain Estates to design a new hotel as part of their wider masterplan, which incorporates a mixture of commercial, leisure, retail and residential accommodation and community facilities around the landmark Wembley stadium.
The Big Bothy is the nickname given to our design for the 400sqm hub building, forming a central part of a wider boutique hotel development on the outskirts of the town of Portree, Isle of Skye.
The term ‘Bothy’ is a traditional Scottish word, historically used to describe the small cottages found dotted across the rocky landscapes of the Highlands which served as both stores for farm labourers and short-term refuges for travellers seeking respite from the harsh winter climate of Northern Scotland.
The project hopes to be a timely...
Drawing references from fast food restaurants and inspired by vibrant market stalls and smoking grills of the Middle East, Freehaus designed Ottolenghi team’s new fast food restaurant Sesame, to provide a contemporary take on fast food - clean, bright and lively.
PiP were commissioned to submit proposals to the local authority for the erection of a new superstructure above an existing swimming pool substructure. The existing shell, plant and services were to be removed to make way for the development. The application was approved under delegated powers by the local authority, receiving praise from planning officers for its innovative and well-conceived design.
After having the timber frame shipped from the United States, where it was manufactured, the components were transported to site for erection. Consideration to the site...
The temporary refurbishment and improvement of a single-storey prefabricated building on Lower Marsh, London, to create a new mixed-use creative enterprise hub for Meanwhile Space CIC. The project includes a co-working space, an office for The Job Shop, and a retail unit.
PARKdesigned were appointed by Eric F. Box to create a contemporary extension to their existing bereavement home in Dewsbury. The brief for the project was “to create additional function space and a new entrance that is modern but also sensitive to the existing use”.
The second scheme for River Cottage by Mackenzie Wheeler, set in a converted the Grade 1 listed “Brewhouse” on the waterfront of King William Yard.
The scheme provides 120 seat restaurant, deli’ and bar with a private room, open fronted kitchen and extensive external dining areas on the waterfront.