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The brief for this new-build house in East Dulwich called for a contemporary design which would successfully terminate the terrace row. A careful and considered approach has enabled us to design a three-bedroom house on this tight plot without compromising privacy for the existing or new residents.
The design and construction of a new-build Sixth Form Study Block for Graveney School, following the awarding of an Academies Capital Maintenance Fund. The building provides valuable extra teaching, study and events spaces for sixth form students, and makes a positive contribution to Graveney’s campus and host of fine architectural buildings.
The complete refurbishment of a 16th Century Wealden Hall House in to a modern family home. The house was extended and linked to the converted outbuildings with the use of modern materials to contract with the historic fabric.
Set within a Grad II 16th Century Manor, the project replaces a range of poor quality outbuildings and a raised swimming pool with a new sunken pool and large Pool House to accommodate poolside facilities, a self-contained guest suite, extended garaging and an artist’s studio.
The client’s brief was to provide additional space for their growing family; due to the relatively small size of their garden, the only option was to extend into the roof space. This was contentious; the house is in the centre of four unique Victorian properties, in a conservation area and none had adapted the roof. A distinct feature of the rear elevation is its flatness. The roof addition has a layer of depth which responds to the existing condition and reads as a delicate element on the roof. The result...