Burd Haward Architects

Burd Haward Architects
24 Wolsey Mews
London NW5 2DX

T: 020 7267 9815


Bluebell House

A two-bedroom house on a secluded backland site in Ealing. The house is a careful response to the opportunities and constraints of the site, including limited access, several listed trees and the need to limit impact on surrounding houses.

Church Farm Abbotsley

A distinctive, modest exemplar of sustainable village infill development, this scheme for three new houses is located in the heart of Abbotsley, near Cambridge.

Elliot Square Roof Extensions

 Planning and Development of site wide design for upwards development of existing houses.

Brooke Coombes House

Self-build low energy house in Ealing, making use of available specialist technology and providing a model for economical and expansive suburban family living.

Albert Street

An extension to a Grade II listed family home, to house a clock restorer’s workshop and extend family living space.

Gondar Gardens

A new extension to a traditional terraced house, providing enlarged family living space. Conceived as two contrasting volumes; a simple stack-bonded brick block and a slimmer glazed volume.

Bow Brickhill

A new one-off house in rural surroundings

Leighton Place

Conversion of a former warehouse in Kentish Town into a family apartment.

Rendlesham Road Lift

A two-storey extension to an existing live/work building in order to provide wheelchair access between floors and designed as a low cost, robust and elegant steel structure clad internally & externally in translucent polycarbonate panels.