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.
A distinctive, modest exemplar of sustainable village infill development, this scheme for three new houses is located in the heart of Abbotsley, near Cambridge.
Self-build low energy house in Ealing, making use of available specialist technology and providing a model for economical and expansive suburban family living.
An extension to a Grade II listed family home, to house a clock restorer’s workshop and extend family living space.
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.
A new one-off house in rural surroundings
Conversion of a former warehouse in Kentish Town into a family apartment.
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.