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MSMR Architects : Design Practice
Architectural Studio in London, England, UK
MSMR Architects – Contact Details
Tel +44 (0) 20 7928 6767
Fax +44 (0) 20 7928 6757
Address: MSMR Architects, The Old School, Exton street, London SE1 8UE, United Kingdom
MSMR Architects – About us
Architectural practice based in London
At MSMR Architects we have developed a reputation for producing exciting, contemporary architecture and interiors over the last 11 years. The creativity and design flair of our team of architects, designers and consultants produces innovative solutions that maximise space and light. Our diverse project portfolio includes overseas work in Gibraltar and many high-end residential projects in central London. We often work with complex sites and listed buildings in conservation areas. Our full range of architectural services, space planning and interior design services is complemented by our reliability and absolute commitment to get the project done.
MSMR Architects – Experience
We are an RIBA Chartered Practice experienced in the provision of full architectural design and management services including:
– Building design;
– Interior design and fit out;
– Space planning and development advice;
– Project management, contract administration and CDM coordination.
We are also an accredited Code for Sustainable Homes Assessor and a member of the Association for Project Safety.
Shortlisted for the 2011 Housing Design Awards for Alice Street, London SE1.
Homebuilding & Renovating Magazine Award 2009.
MSMR Architects – Projects
Alice Street is one of four affordable housing schemes by MSMR Architects for GC Bankside, a joint venture between Native Land and Grosvenor, in connection with the NEO Bankside development on the Thames. The scheme has been approved by Southwark Council and work is due to begin in late 2011. Nine 4 and 5 bedroom affordable homes will be built on the Alice Street site for the social rented sector. Each dwelling benefits from an innovative arrangement of living spaces to connect the inside and outside areas both visually and physically.
Tradewinds is a mixed use development in Gibraltar, comprising of 81 apartments arranged in three towers, together with a variety of marina front restaurant and retail uses developed by Taylor Woodrow. The project construction was phased over a number of years with the final tower and penthouse being completed in February 2009. The design and construction process was facilitated by an international team of consultants and contractors and the levels of material finish and spatial quality which have been achieved are of the very highest standard.
This new build house, for a private developer, is located in Elystan Street, South Kensington. Externally it has a modern appearance with clean lines and uncomplicated detailing whilst respecting the scale, rhythm and order of the existing more traditional context. The development includes newly excavated below ground floors containing a swimming pool, gym and media room. Access arrangements during construction were complex. Many of these issues were resolved by developing the scheme so that is can be largely system-built off site.
MSMR Architects – Staff Information
At MSMR Architects we have a team of 20 architects, designers and consultants led by a senior management team of 6 who have a wealth of experience in delivering complex projects in the UK and overseas.
Sheila McCusker, Director; Mike Storey, Director; Simon Robinson, Director; James Bell, Associate Director; Lee Vincent, Associate; Senan Salman, Associate.
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