We’re delighted to announce that our project ‘Trinder Road’ has been granted planning consent. The proposals are for a new full width rear extension with a double pitched roof and a vaulted ceiling internally.
Work is coming on at the Grain Store; doors are in and cladding is up.
Our Preston Park project, for the extension and conversion of an existing Victorian house in Brighton into 6 flats and the construction of two new houses, has been submitted for planning.
We have been appointed on an exciting new project in Essex. The owners of this beautiful working farm are diversifying into running weddings, alongside arable farming. We are working on converting some of the existing old farm buildings into event spaces. Lots of exciting things to come - watch this space!
Top row: Claridge Architects, Strom Architects, PK Arkitektar
Middle row: Hennebery Eddy, Laura Dewe Matthews, Gundry & Ducker
Bottom row: Strom Architects, Declerck-Daels Architecten, Office S&M
We have been doing lots of research into timber cladding for a couple of our projects. Above are some of our favourite precedents.
We are working on concept designs for an exciting new scheme in the Preston Park area of Brighton. More to follow soon!
Top row: Bookshelves, Untitled (One Hundred Spaces), Doors
Middle row: Untitled (One Hundred Spaces), Untitled (Stairs), Torsos
Bottom row: Chicken Shed, Coloured Objects, Bookshelves
We finally made it down to Tate Britain to see Turner Prize winning Rachel Whiteread's fabulous exhibition. This is her largest exhibition to date and includes a large number of pieces covering a variety of scales and materials. We loved it.
We are delighted to announce our residential project in Reading Road, Henley, has been granted planning permission. The project includes a new side infill extension and reorganisation of the ground floor to create an open plan kitchen, dining, living and study area which opens out onto the garden.
Top row: Bob and Roberta Smith 2017, Tracey Emin 2017, Anthony Whishaw 2017
Middle row: Mandy Payne 2017, Sophie Smallhorn 2016, Bob and Roberta Smith 2016
Bottom row: Jim Lambie 2015, Mandy Payne 2016, Tim Head 2015
A visit to the Royal Academy of Art's Summer exhibition is always a huge source of inspiration. Art is submitted by both professional and amateur artists, leading to a great variety of work in both form and style.
Top row: Lisbon tiles, EDP headquarters, Painted houses and tiled facades
Middle row: Cultural Centre Belem, Tower of Belem, Casa das Historias Paula Rego
Bottom row: Casa das Historias Paula Rgo, MNAC, Rossio Square tiles
For a fantastic take on Portugese Tapas: Petiscaria Ideal
Top row: Canals and Canal houses
Middle row: Rijksmuseum, Canals at Dusk, Rijksmuseum
Bottom row: The Cold Pressed Juicery, Windmill at the Keukenhof, Tulip season at the Keukenhof
If you get a chance, you should also definitely visit Balthazar's Kitchen.