Old Compton Street
This building refurbishment comprises a refurbishment of 8 flats in Soho, Central London. With tight plans, all the flat layouts work hard to cleverly and neatly accommodate comfortable living and sleeping areas.
French Place Development
This impressive residential property in Shoreditch is getting a top floor extension to house an additional residential property. Beautifully hidden behind rusty steel fins, this proposal will sit proudly next to the London Overground and be a distinct, contemporary top to this existing building.
Concert Artiste’s Association
This private members club for entertainment professionals in Covent Garden is having an extensive upgrade to their home of 50 years.
With a brief for a refurbishment that oozes warmth and history, BVDS are improving wayfinding and accessibility for members while also promoting the heritage and glamour of the club with a beautiful refit of the bar, performance hall and entrance.
The double storey rear extension of this beautiful Grade II listed terrace house uses an arched ceiling to extend the infill volume between it’s two neighbouring extensions.
With extensive planning restrictions and very tight dimensions, this clever loft is working hard, folding ingeniously into the existing building fabric to get an additional bedroom and bathroom at loft level. With a bed on a plinth to get ceiling height below, an outlook window and a playful birch ply palette throughout, this is going to be a fun kids bedroom.
This Stoke Newington refurbishment adds a rear and side extension to the existing Victorian terrace. Internally, a Crittal pantry room opens onto a new open plan kitchen and a bespoke dining space with exposed timber ceiling structure and framed views to the garden.
Long and Short House
This stepped double storey extension in Angel takes its inspiration from its context for its massing and layout. With corner glazing folding around the rear facade and a mixed palette of exposed bricks, plywood, navy blue and blush pink, this ground floor extension makes the most of the wide garden and new pond.
This shou sugi ban clad double storey rear extension peeks out from behind the existing building onto Broadway Market. Retaining most of the layout throughout the house, the new kitchen pushes out into the sunken garden that sits below street level.
Royal Hill House
This locally listed corner property is getting a full refurbishment and double storey rear extension. With an interesting shape site, the gabled extension bends around the corner site and opens itself up to the garden in a response to its unique context.
Ile de Re
Our first international commission is this adorable holiday property on the island of Ile de Re, France. With classic arch windows and the retention of the beautiful old beams internally, we reoriented the kitchen to face the new pool and added bedrooms so the property can function for two families at a time.
This Tottenham ground floor extension opens the building up, connecting the front and rear rooms. Our client’s love of concrete has allowed a concrete blade wall through the house and concrete fins to filter the daylight from the new glazed ceiling.
This Stoke Newington extension shows off its structure with exposed joists, beams and columns. With no island, this is going to be a simple, light filled space with a fun Superfront kitchen feature.
Nestled in a beautiful woodland setting in Bromley, our client’s brief was for a yoga and music studio connected to the existing 1960s house. Entry to the funnel studio is via a metal finned bridge, once inside a square rooflight will make a blissful shaft of light down into the zen yoga space.
Our client’s brief to retain and brighten their existing kitchen sees a huge ‘up and over’ rooflight against the boundary wall. A ‘floating’ seat in front of the end window provides a light filled spot to sit almost in the garden.
Two large vaulted rooflights allow ample light into this large De Beauvoir conservation area property. Subtle brick details on the new double storey extension blend it in with the existing building.
This ambitious extension in Finchley sees a sunken courtyard to the basement level to direct light into the centre of this large house.
This impressive double dwelling is getting a full refurbishment including a new stair that unlocks the lower level with new elegant, oak-framed glazed screens that open up the rear of the house.
Two sloped roof forms fully clad in graphite zinc create a stepped rear extension in Stoke Newington. Light will filter in from the apex of each pavilion creating a dramatic timber clad ceiling volume internally.
Detailed brickwork and bespoke timber French doors sit on the rear of this Highbury extension. Internally, birch ply joinery create a dining bench for the kitchen and bespoke loft layout.
Three timber clad pavilions link together for this new build in Harrow. The internal courtyard creates a central focus for the single storey plan.