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We have been awarded planning permission and listed building consent to reconstruct the office building of the Navigation Colliery in Crumlin, South Wales, as part of a multi-phase regeneration plan to renew a historic site of special local cultural value
A resourceful addition to an Edwardian purpose-built flat creates new thresholds into a beautiful courtyard garden.
We've been awarded planning and listed building consent for the construction of an outbuilding to a spectacular Georgian house in Faversham, Kent.
Sat in the corner of a neo-classical quandrangle in Highgate, we remodelled the circulation of the existing house to create framed views of a bespoke staircase, integrated joinery for concealed storage, and new connections between living spaces.
Illustrations of proposals to adapt and extend a Victorian terraced townhouse in Islington
Set in the verdant grounds of the Dulwich Estate, Back-to-Front House is a modernist building with an unusual layout. We are currently adapting and extending our Clients' home to construct welcoming, adaptable arrival space.
We were invited to exhibit as part of the Design Commission's 'Landmarks' exhibition at the Ruthin Craft Centre. Our proposal for a cabinet as a repository for records of the Welsh landscape was displayed and featured in their publication, which accompanied the show
Built between 1907 and 1911, Crumlin Navigation colliery was one of the first collieries in Wales to be constructed only in brick, rather than the typical local stone. We were engaged to assist in the production of a multi-phase regeration project to consolidate and repair the existing listed buildings, whilst forming new areas of public realm and cultural use to the disused site.
We've been awarded planning consent for the extension of a fascinating Edwardian home near Hampton Court Palace
We've completed the refurbishment of a private penthouse apartment in Camberwell, South London