Case studies tagged "Housing":
The site is located three miles South of Mallaig, overlooking the White Sands of Morar, with the Small Isles of Rum, Eigg, Muck, and Canna as a scenic backdrop.
The architects were given the brief to demolish the existing house and reconfigure the surrounding steading to create a series of spaces to accommodate the extended family and friends for holidays and weekend walking parties, based on a sketch design by Marcus Lee.
The project at Rosefield Avenue Lane is a refurbishment and extension in the conservation area of Portobello. The existing building was converted from a small stable/ coach house in the mid 1980’s to form a one bedroom dwelling. This project sought to save this deteriorating property and sympathetically extend it to secure its future as a desirable family home for generations to come.
Timber was used to create a modern extension to a 1960s terrace house in London, complimenting the existing architecture with a fresh design.
A £2.5 million renovation project, with timber at its core, has given a new lease of life to the former John O'Groats Hotel at the world famous landmark.
Conveniently located in the heart of Finchley in North London, Church Crescent is a residential street of large semi-detached family homes.
Required to create a residence that would provide a generous amount of family living space, Robin, of Robin Haddow Architect, also needed to ensure that the environmental credentials of the construction and subsequent carbon emissions of the house would be mindful of the sensitive environment it was within.
Stood on Mill Lane, a busy, tree-lined street in London’s West Hampstead, facing a row of run-down garages, one could have been forgiven for imagining the likelihood of crime in these undeveloped dark spaces.
When the University of Oxford announced it was planning to redevelop a 10-acre plot previously occupied by a large hospital, the adjacent college - Somerville - was presented with an opportunity to create a whole new entrance and frontage for the north side of its grounds.
College Road is a new contemporary six bedroom house in Dulwich Village. The house is half way between Soanes’ Dulwich Picture Gallery, and Barrys’ Dulwich College. The house is ‘L’ shaped, three storeys (one below ground), with a pitched roof.
This sustainable INTEGER (Intelligent and Green) development consists of 27 houses and flats built on a brownfield site, where the demolition of the existing redundant garages provided crushed hardcore for later use.