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Peter Barber Architects

Contemporary Architectural Practice, England, UK

post updated 14 September 2021

Peter Barber Architects News

Peter Barber Architecture News – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:

14 Sep 2021
95 Peckham Road, Southwark, South London, UK
95 Peckham Road by Peter Barber Architects
photo © Morley von Sternberg
95 Peckham Road Southwark
The development creates 33 low-cost apartments, with a courtyard behind. There is direct access from the street and courtyard to the lower apartments. There are two additional access cores for the flats at higher level, each core serving three apartments at each level.

14 Sep 2021
McGrath Road Housing, Stratford, East London, UK
McGrath Road London housing by Peter Barber Architects
photo © Morley von Sternberg
McGrath Road Housing
McGrath Road inventively combines a traditional European courtyard typology with a traditional London terrace, setting a new creative benchmark for the future of London’s affordable housing. Twenty-six individual three- and four-storey dual-aspect townhouses, each with its own front door, surround a tree-lined courtyard, giving the development an enhanced sense of community and openness.

10 Jan 2017
Holmes Road Studios – Micro Homes, Kentish Town, Camden, North London, UK
Holmes Road Studios
photo from MVdRA
Holmes Road Studios
New homeless accommodation in Camden: the architecture practice won this project through an invited architecture competition run by Camden Council.

20 Jun 2013
Beveridge Mews, Stepney Green Estate, Hannibal Road, E1, London, UK
Date built: 2013
Beveridge Mews Stepney Green
photo © Morley von Sternberg
Beveridge Mews
The new row of houses is conceived as a continuation of the timber garden fences of the existing housing blocks. They are constructed from timber and confi gured as a series of stepped and notched south and east facing garden terraces, and they employ a unique courtyard/terraced housing hybrid typology.

28 Feb 2012
Redbridge Welcome Centre, Ilford, South East England, UK
Date built: 2012
Redbridge Welcome Centre
photo © Morley von Sternberg
Redbridge Welcome Centre by Peter Barber Architects
Redbridge Welcome Centre is a new community and homeless project housed in a spectacular state of the art building on a prominent site in Ilford. The Welcome Centre houses drug and alcohol units, training rooms and drop-in facilities in dramatic double height spaces at ground and 1st floor level. Light and airy residential accommodation is provided in 10 en-suite rooms at 2nd and 3rd floor.

14 Apr 2011
Fleet Street Hill, London, South East England, UK
Date built: 2011-
Fleet Street Hill Homes, East London
picture from architecture office
Fleet Street Hill
Peter Barber Architects have submitted a planning application for a delightful new tree lined public square of large terraced houses between Brick Lane and Shoreditch in the East End of London. The scheme employs the practice’s trademark terrace/courtyard hybrid housing typology so that every home has its own street edge front door and good sized outside space in a ground floor courtyard and inset roof terraces.

Key Projects by Peter Barber Architects

Major Buildings by Peter Barber Architects, alphabetical:

Baden Powell Close housing, London, UK
Date built: 2010
Baden Powell Close
photo © Morley von Sternberg
Baden Powell Close housing

Cedars Road Pavilion, Clapham, London, UK
Date built: 2007
Cedars Road Pavilion
photo © Morley von Sternberg
Cedars Road Pavilion

3 Colony Mews – courtyard house, off Mildmay Grove North, London N1

Chatsworth Gardens, Morecambe, Lancashire, UK
Date built: 2007-
Chatsworth Gardens
image from architects office
Chatsworth Gardens Morecambe housing

Donnybrook Quarter, east London, England
Date built: 2006
Donnybrook Quarter
photo © Morley von Sternberg
Donnybrook Housing

St Mungo’s Hostel – extension, Southwark, south London
Date built: 2005

Sheperds Bush Urban Quarter, west London
2009-
Goldhawk Village
image : Peter Barber Architects
Goldhawk Village : Design competition win

Spring Gardens – homeless facility, Lewisham, south London
Date built: 2009
Spring Gardens

More architecture projects by Peter Barber Architects online soon

Location: 173 King’s Cross Road, London WC1X 9BZ, England, UK

London Architects Practice Information

Peter Barber Architects studio based in London, England, UK

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Key Project : Donnybrook housing
The Donnybrook housing, a series of white contemporary homes suggesting new relationships between street and dwelling, or at least a break from the current norms, ie a more immediate relationship harking back to the traditional English brick terrace hard onto the street edge.
Client: Circle Anglia Ltd

Donnybrook housing won a RIBA Awards prize in 2006 for the East London chapter.

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London Architecture Designs – architectural selection below:

Houses of Parliament Restoration and Renewal Programme
Palace of Westminster building viewed across the River Thames
photograph © UK Parliament
Houses of Parliament Restoration and Renewal

NoMad London, 4 Bow St, Covent Garden, WC2E 7AT
Design: Roman and Williams
NoMad London Hotel Covent Garden
photograph : Simon Upton
NoMad London Hotel, Covent Garden

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