Just before the final push in Twickenham.
Heritage and its protection is conceived differently in various parts of the world. The conference we participated at in Bangkok made this clearer than ever. Heritage protection is able to bring intangible, but also very practical and immediate benefits at various scales of society.
We are extremely excited to share first images of a reconfigured house in Peckham, creating an enlarged, light-filled kitchen which embraces an updated patio room.
Photographs by Agnese Sanvito.
Demolition works to this generous 6-bedroom house in a Conservation area in Tooting Bec have begun and we can’t wait to see the works progressing on site throughout early 2019.
We’re excited to begin designs for the complete remodelling of the home of a furniture aficionado and her family. The design involves rethinking the vertical circulation of the existing building to create more organic spatial relationships.
Artison is looking forward to continuing his academic role at Anglia Ruskin University and welcomes all first year students at the School of Architecture and the Department of Engineering and the Built Environment.
We are excited to share first images of our designs for a hotel in Thailand. The concept takes cues from the vertical zoning of a traditional Thai house for the spatial organisation of public and private areas within the complex for 150 rooms. The ground floor is arranged as a sequence of rooms around a naturally ventilate patio, allowing for views up to the platform level and out to the surrounding lush landscape.
Some first images from our loft extension in Brixton. The key design element providing the spatial organisation of the loft is a floor to ceiling wardrobe/storage wall. The divider creates a ‘hidden’ en-suite whilst simultaneously providing plenty of storage space for the master bedroom.
Our South London extension to a Victorian end-of-terrace is on site and nearing completion. Titled patio house the kitchen extension makes use of the patio as an 'additional' room, visually extending the kitchen beyond the new sliding doors.
Our exhibition URBAN IDENTITIES:READING PAVEMENTS opened at Solus' showroom in Clerkenwell last night and runs until Friday 29th (9:00-18:00) as part of the London Festival of Architecture. https://www.londonfestivalofarchitecture.org/event/urban-identities-reading-pavements/