More recent planning success! We are thrilled with our latest planning success at Clarendon Road in Haringey. This comprises a hallmark 11 storey residential and commercial building celebrating the southern entrance to Haringey’s Heartlands. The scheme will deliver 51 new homes above ground floor commercial uses and facilitate the future re-development of the adjacent West Indian Cultural Centre and Clarendon Road Recovery College.
Here’s to another excellent MIPIM, catching up with industry friends, old and new! Just to prove that it’s not all wining and dining, here’s Gavin and other attendees enjoying some (very) early morning exercise in the sunshine. Image courtesy of the Property Sports Network running group .
Gavin Redfern and Ewout Vandeweghe are representing Stockwool at MIPIM this year. Get in touch if you fancy catching up with them there.
We’re really pleased to announce that our new website has gone 'live'. Take a look - we'd love to hear what you think!
We’re delighted to have been involved as executive architects on the impressive Keybridge scheme in Vaxuhall by Allies and Morrison as featured in Architecture Today.
Looking through our archives, we were delighted to find our competition entry for Addressing Hidden Homeless for the former underground station site in Kings Cross. As part of our Practice wide charitable programme, we have supported various charities addressing homelessness, including Crisis and Centrepoint. For the competition entry we worked with both organisations to gain a more detailed insight into the growing plight of this particularly vulnerable group of homeless, which in turn fed into our proposals. Some fun ideas - check it out.
We’re looking forward to attending ‘Liberating the Plan’, the Nigel Coates talk at The Design Museum hosted by The London School of Architecture - our downstairs neighbour here at 6 Orsman Road.
Four years in the making, our scheme in North Cheam has been approved at committee. Situated on a prominent site and within an interesting Art Deco suburban town centre context the proposals include both residential and non-residential uses and an improved public space. The scheme was developed collaboratively alongside community representatives who, despite initial reticence, eventually supported the proposals. Congratulations to the team!