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Extensive alterations to existing industrial press building including removal of redundant press, modifications to existing press and installation of new press with associated internal alterations to existing building.
In 2015 the practice was commissioned to oversee a complete restoration of the internal and external fabric of the University of Winchester?s Victorian Chapel to be one of the most visible expressions of the celebrations to commemorate the 175th anniversary of the educational establishment. In addition, the University asked for an extension to the chapel, to include a small side chapel and a social and meeting space. The brief was to create a very special project, to sit as a small ?jewel? in the heart of the campus
This project for an actor and an artist, and their young family, involves the extension and refurbishment of an Edwardian house in West London. It demonstrates our approach to the look and feel of residential interiors.
This work forms part of our entry in a design competition in the autumn of 2017 to create a master plan for Liverpool University, seeking to integrate the campus better into the city. The brief is quite specific, and the university estates department have a long-term plan to create a car-free campus, with the locations of two large car parks agreed in principle. Our proposals are informed by the close integration of the city and university of Bologna, and by the repetitive urban artifact of colonnades that one finds there....