Alteration and restoration of a seminal Claude Megson design. The design process was deliberately reductionist, aiming to reinforce the sculptural quality of spaces within this multilayered home.
A luxurious and materially rich approach to contemporary living was the aim of this block of high-end residential apartments. In collaboration with Johnson Naylor and Sheppard Robson.
The project’s brief was to transform a spacious, but generic, apartment. A concept evolved based around an entrance journey that takes one though the owners’ art collection via a series of new geometric forms and planes.
Latona Road Studios
Warehouse conversion for use as a film and photography studio. The aim was to maximise flexible floor space by consolidating all the service functions including changing, toilets and kitchen within a black-boarded box. Workspaces for post-production occupy a mezzanine level of the box.
With difficult ground conditions limiting the extension to a mere ten square metres, a dramatic cantilevered roof was proposed, forming an outdoor room that effectively doubles the space achieved. Bespoke frameless glazing further dematerialises the walls and roof.
Currently on site.
Library Cafe and Bookshop
The proposal was to reconsider the modern library as a public space; a place to work, research, collaborate and socialise. This design was based on a number of journeys, branching and intersecting from the main cafe space.
Competition entry for Whithaven Harbour housing development
Side extension to a private house within Greenwich's Ashburnham Triangle conservation area. The design makes clever use of an awkward shaped site to double the size of the ground floor living room and bring in much needed light through a dramatic linear slot of roof glazing.