10 years since our opening, our studio has been and continues to be a place where we explore the world of architecture and its relationship with other fields such as art, photography and engineering.
In recent years, we have become more diverse through cooperation with another company: Afterhourstudio Investments
Although, each entity is independent, both share the same vision.
Diversifying has enabled us to gain experience in building construction, the property industry and creative sponsorship, which can now be applied to the creation of a more distinctive, efficient and sustainable architecture and design.
We are currently exploring alternatives that could enable residents to have various degrees of privacy while being outdoor, at present 3 staggered levels are being proposed; the first aims to connect residents with the street, the second encourages residents to contemplate nature and interact among each other and the third acts as a ‘interlude’ between what is private and what is not.
This is a very exciting building, providing an example of how small redundant sites can be used to provide high quality sustainable design for residential use in an area that has a varied style and scales of buildings.
Modest building techniques combined with bespoke copper wall panels and large skylights were used to enclose this small loft conversion. This combination was key to create a warmer and brighter space within the house.