Designed by Patalab Architecture, The Gables is located in a north-west London courtyard tucked between a Victorian terrace and main railway lines, this landlocked site presented a great design challenge.
On completion, Sulgrave Gardens, designed by Cartwright Pickard Architects, was largest certified Passivhaus project in London. The first mixed tenure Passivhaus scheme in the UK provides green living to people on all incomes and protects against fuel poverty.
Ebury Bridge Estate will be London’s most significant Westminster City Council redevelopment in a generation. Astudio’s design provides 758 high-quality energy efficient homes, including at least 368 affordable homes.
Woloszczuk House from German architect Ralf Pflugfelder: symbiosis of English Tudor style & Neoclassicism with innovative ecologic design from Germany. Situated close to Richmond Park in London, award-winning modern single-family home.
London architecture news – award-winning architecture and interior design practice, gpad london, appoints new associate director David Walker to the senior team.
Tree Line social distancing reconfigurable structure by UK architects reForm with engineers Elliott Wood: concept design to reduce crowd densities and support social distancing measures at large scale outdoor events.
Reconfigured and extended by DF_DC, Elliott Square House in North West London, opens up the plan creating long, continuous spaces served by built-in joinery elements.
Resolution to grant planning consent has been achieved for Eric Parry Architects’ 50 Fenchurch Street at the City of London’s first virtual public Planning and Transportation Committee.
Mailen Design was responsible for the refurbishment project of Harley Place bringing new life to the mews property in the heart of the Howard de Walden estate in west London.
Native Land appoints 4 architects offices to develop designs for Bankside Yards in London: PLP Architecture, Make Architects, Allies and Morrison and Stiff + Trevillion.
Chelsea FC stadium plans expire: sculptural brick and steel building by Herzog & de Meuron + Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands architects. The design was to increase capacity at Stamford Bridge from 41,837 to 60,000.
Kodak House London Midtown Offices design by Barr Gazetas: Planning Permission won for Grade II Listed building transformation. Originally designed by architects Sir John Burnet and Partners.
Designed by Paul Archer Design, Burrard House has been an exercise in exploiting the quirks of a particular location, taking a seemingly typical Victorian Terraced House.
Studio 163 added a window seat and subterranean wine cellar to Nook House, a family home in Denmark Hill: South London property opens up kitchen and dining space to the garden, maximising light.
Patalab were commissioned to transform a detached Arts and Crafts townhouse in Hampstead. The brief was to create an airier, lighter and more contemporary feel for a young family and their modern art collection.
Staircase at One Bank Street London, produced by EeStairs, the remarkable 29-tonne staircase links three floorplate balconies and features three progressively wider rotations.
This Stokey Home is a radical remodelling of a Victorian terrace house in North London design by Neil Dusheiko Architects for himself and his growing family.
Lyons Place, North West London innovative mixed-use scheme in comprising 76 high quality new homes, designed by renowned London architecture practice Farrells for developer, Almacantar, with variety of townhouses, apartments and penthouses.