Fort Burgoyne in Dover

Fort Burgoyne in Dover

Fort Burgoyne in Dover building design Lee Evans Partnership, Architects – redevelopment of Scheduled Ancient Monument, constructed in the 1860s to repel an invasion of Britain from the Channel.

Gasholders London King’s Cross

Gasholders London King’s Cross Buildings

Gasholders London King’s Cross by architects: WilkinsonEyre with Jonathan Tuckey Design: Argent LLP shortlisted for RIBA Client of the Year 2018 – the industrial heritage of Kings Cross is integral to its regeneration and the triplet of Grade II listed cast-iron gasholders is the most distinct centrepiece.

Hornsey Town Hall London Building proposal

Hornsey Town Hall Restoration, London

Restoration of iconic Hornsey Town Hall building in Crouch End to start. The Grade II* Listed former civic headquarters scheme has 146 new homes, including 11 affordable, a new arts centre, hotel, café and flexible community and events space.

Custom House Greenock Building | www.e-architect.co.uk

Custom House Greenock Building

retailer Joules taking up a three year lease at the iconic Custom House in Greenock. The Grade A listed building recently redeveloped by Riverside Inverclyde. Originally designed by celebrated Scottish architect William Burns.

Battersea Power Station Chimney Painting | www.e-architect.co.uk

Battersea Power Station Chimneys

Painting of all four chimneys now complete, earlier than expected. the Grade II* Listed building was designed by Giles Gilbert Scott and completed in 1939. The chimneys had been painstakingly dismantled and rebuilt.

Arisaig House building

Arisaig House by Philip Webb in Scotland

First country house by Arts & Crafts architect Philip Webb, his only one in Scotland: his references to the English parsonage style are adapted to the Scottish Highlands, using local granite rubble with dark whinstone dressings. The house was requisitioned by the military during World War II, with training for high-profile Czech agents.

Geffrye Museum Building London

Geffrye Museum Building, Shoreditch

Founded by Sir Robert Geffrye, the museum is a former site of almshouses built to house the financially insecure elderly from 1714. It was converted to a museum of furniture and industry by London Country Council in 1914. Since 1930, displays of domestic life have been exhibited here to depict period rooms from the 1600s, to the present day.