Barrel House Feature in The Times

Last week Ewald was interviewed by The Times, Bricks and Mortar Magazine in their feature ‘The Great Autumn Makeover Guide’ about our project Barrel House.

Check out our tips on how to restore and refresh your home in the original article here.

Nordoff Robbins Featured in Wired Magazine

We’re delighted to report that Wired Magazine have featured our Nordoff Robbins project as part of a ‘hidden gems’ list for London’s Open House! Have a read of the Wired article here.

The music therapy centre was open last weekend for a very successful Open House event. Thank you to everyone who popped by to see the newly refurbished building, we hope you enjoyed the visit and learnt a bit about this fantastic charity. More on Nordoff Robins Charity here.

Missed out on the visit? Full photo shoot here.

 

 

Watch ‘Love Your Home and Garden’ on ITV Hub

Our new TV show ‘Love Your Home and Garden’ is now available to watch on the ITV Hub.

We had over three million viewers of the show last night, that’s well over one quarter of the population of Belgium! You can watch the show and increase the ratings by 1. Click here for link.

Watch us transform the home and garden of the Seesurrun family, alongside Alan Titchmarsh and Katie Rushworth. Be ready for some tears, it’s an emotional one…

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Nice Feature About Our Appearance on iTV’s ‘Love Your Home and Garden’

Two Hackney-based architects are set to appear on the small screen tonight as part of new series, Love Your Home and Garden on ITV. The spinoff of Love Your Garden will feature George Bradley and Ewald Van Der Straeten from Bradley Van Der Straeten Architects tonight (Wednesday 8 September).

Read the full article here.

Love Your Home on iTV This Week!

Tune into iTV at 8pm Wednesday 6th September to see George and Ewald with Alan Titchmarsh – their TV debut!

Read about the episode and see the link here.

Nordoff Robbins – Open House London 16th + 17th September

Our recently completed project at Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy Centre will be open Saturday and Sunday 16th and 17th September for Open House London – come down and see the therapy rooms and new look for this amazing charity.

Have a look at the Open House Program here.

Introducing Photographer’s House

Happy to announce Photographer’s House has just been uploaded to our projects page!

Photographer’s house is a rear side return extension of a 2 storey Victorian terraced house in Stoke Newington, which provides a new space for our newly married clients Sophia and Ed. The larger improved kitchen space and casual dining area now opens directly onto the garden, reconnecting the house with the outside. Upstairs, the layout has been redesigned to allow space for a larger family bathroom.

A glazed return roof and large bi-fold doors create a contemporary light and airy living space which contrasts with the cosy, traditional living area at the front of the house. Hope you enjoy!

Introducing Barrel House

Happy to announce the Barrel House has just been uploaded to our projects page!

This Grade II listed beauty needed a modern update to shift the existing layouts to make room for our clients – Sarah and Morgan’s quickly growing gang of three boys. As well as working with the clients impeccable taste, we had fun with a team of dedicated contractors (Maciej, Michael and Robert at Hirsen) and knowledgeable Heritage Consultant (Mark Matheson). Hope you enjoy!

 

Bubble Football with Constant Engineers

Clash of the Engineers vs. Architects!

We were invited by our pals at Constant to go head to head at bubble football. Despite it being 30 degrees and being trapped inside a giant plastic ball we surprisingly had a great evening! So big thanks to Constant for another fun evening.

Check out more photos on our Instagram here.

Looking for a structural engineer with top bubble footballing skills? http://www.constantsd.com/

 

Our Epsom Project Features in Grand Designs Magazine

Our Epsom kitchen extension is featured in the latest issue of the Grand Designs Magazine.

Click here to read the full article.