Burd Haward Architects

Burd Haward Architects
24 Wolsey Mews
London NW5 2DX

T: 020 7267 9815

Community & Education

The Queen's College Porters' Lodge

A new Porter’s Lodge and accessible entrance at the historic Grade I listed Queen’s College, Oxford.

The Queen's College Masterplan

A strategic masterplan for a series of phased alterations and improvements across the Grade I listed college site, including works to staff and student rooms, teaching and social spaces, a new Porter’s Lodge and other access improvements.

NT Mottisfont Welcome Buildings

A collection of award-winning welcome buildings for the National Trust at Mottisfont Abbey, together with the conversion of historic stables into a café and improved access across the Grade I listed site.

Abbey Strand Buildings

The repair and conversion of a collection of 15th century Category A listed buildings in Edinburgh into a new learning centre and residential apartments for Royal Collection Trust.

Future Programme at the Palace of Holyroodhouse

A major programme of works at the Palace of Holyroodhouse designed to improve the quality of the visitor experience and increase access for all.

Forge Arts Venue

An award-winning mixed-use development comprising a 120-seat recital hall, a café/bar, restaurant and three studio apartments situated on a compact urban site in Camden Town, London NW1.

St George & All Saints' New Church and Housing

A new church, community hall and public gardens together with 27 residential units in Tufnell Park, Islington

Heronsgate Outdoor Classroom

A prototype external teaching space, with seating for 120 children, pre-fabricated off site and constructed in two days.

St Peter's Eaton Square

A new gym and nursery in the crypt of a Grade I listed church in Belgravia.

RSG Nursery Primrose Hill

New teaching & learning spaces for RSG Nursery Primrose Hill, including improvement works to the existing building and a new space in the nursery's garden.

New Lecture Theatre, Worcester College

A new lecture theatre, kitchens and dining hall for Worcester College, Oxford.

RIBA Greener London

A prototype external teaching space, with seating for 120 children.