A visually spectacular building designed by SelgasCano, B1 at London’s Design District, has launched. Set across four storeys, it spans over 10,000 sq. ft providing spacious, open-plan workspace with views of the winter garden from one end and across Design District from the other
Designed by Ström Architects, The Pines is an impressive period property, built in the 1900s in a green suburb of Cobham, Surrey. This luxury home south of London has undergone a remarkable transformation.
Totteridge III’s owner approached Gregory Phillips Architects to design a new build house that could offer an architecturally exemplary replacement to the previous 1960’s bungalow in North London. The brief was for easy use single storey living which would relate well with the various external areas of the site
The Battersea House project, by Gregory Phillips Architects, involved the complete refurbishment and extension of a Victorian house in Wandsworth, South London. In plan, the unusual wedge-shaped house means that the house is much larger at the rear
MICA has completed a small but carefully designed extension to the Weston Studio for the Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance on the School’s Violet Needham Chapel site in Twickenham London.
A proposal by College of North West London, to build a state-of-the-art new college campus on Olympic Way in Wembley, London has passed another milestone as Brent Council ‘resolved to grant planning permission’ at the Council’s Planning Committee meeting on Wednesday 12th July.
Architect Barr Gazetas has completed the transformation of Holbein Gardens, a 1980s office building in Chelsea, London, for client Grosvenor. Untouched since its original completion in the 1980s, the previously tired building near Sloane Square has been reimagined