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22 Mar 2018
RIBA South East Awards Shortlist in 2018

The Apple Store, Kent one of fourteen buildings shortlisted for RIBA South East Awards 2018 by the Royal Institute of British Architects judges. There were 43 buildings entered in the region, which covers Kent, Surrey and Sussex.

The Apple Store by pH+
photograph © Tim Soar

RIBA South East Awards 2018

30 Sep 2017
Stockwell Green Housing, South London, England, UK
Stockwell Green Housing
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Stockwell Green Housing
This new residential development for Walbury Estates Ltd. has received planning permission: for 24 new homes in Stockwell Green situated in a dense urban site sandwiched between student housing and a grade II listed community resource centre.

28 Jul 2017
Brent Cross Housing , North West London, England, UK
New Homes in Brent Cross
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Brent Cross Housing

Featured Buildings by pH+ Architects, alphabetical:

194 Pitfield Street, Hoxton, east London
Date built: 2009-
194 Pitfield Street
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194 Pitfield Street
The site, currently occupied by a vacant 1970’s ecclesiastical building that was previously converted to a live/work use, holds a prominent corner location within the streetscape. The proposed 7 storey building mediates between a nearby 14 storey residential tower and the surrounding 4-5 storey housing blocks, that are typical of this area of London.

Plinth House, Salmon Lane, Limehouse, east London
Date built: 2009
Limehouse House
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Plinth House
pH+ architects have gained planning permission for a dramatic new house that adapts and reuses the industrial heritage found on the site, taking advantage of the opportunities that it presents. The existing brick structure is retained, refurbished and reused to support a new four storey element that extends upwards, matching the footprint of its host below. This new volume provides accommodation for a four bedroom, family home.

Squirries Street Penthouses, Bethnal Green, east London
Date built: 2009
Squirries Street Penthouses
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Squirries Street Penthouses
pH+ architects have gained Planning Approval for two new rooftop penthouses to an existing four storey building in Bethnal Green, East London. An approach was developed for the project that addresses the complications of building on top of an occupied property.

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About pH+

pH+ is a creative and client-focused architectural practice, specialising in producing site-specific designs that respond to physical and social demands, to maximize commercial and community value. Combining traditional architectural methods, such as hand drawings and iterative models, with bespoke feasibility studies, innovative design and extensive construction and delivery experience, we are well placed to work on projects at any scale.

The + symbolises the relationship between us, our clients and collaborators, as well as the added value that we bring to every project. pH+ acts as a catalyst; challenging, interpreting, testing and evolving architectural responses until an essential solution is distilled.

We welcome dialogue and encourage our clients to contribute to these explorations, ensuring the final formula provides as tailored a response as possible. Projects range from private houses to large residential schemes, from schools to temples, and cultural and civic buildings.

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