All in Sustainable Architecture
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.
in many cases it is the quality of these spaces rather than the appearance of the building themselves, that makes places memorable.
A view taken from the neighbouring gardens
“...that beautiful land of ours, with its canopy of sky, the air that blows upon it, the sun that warms it, the rain and dew that moisten it...”
Architecture is not limited to a single second and therefore introducing elements that could induce a sense of movement is very important.
Eco friendly new family houses within a former parking lot.
We believe that gardens are unique spaces that shall be kept or otherwise improved and in this case architecture should sub-ordinate to the environment, this would enable to provide accommodation as well as intimate open spaces.
This housing development aims to increase the housing stock by over 50% while improving and creating more inclusive amenity space for all residents.
We have launched an international competition for the design of the hotel cabins within this development. Currently, we are setting the design guidelines that will enable different architectural teams to create inspiring designs while ensuring contextual coherence.
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.
This development takes advantage of a vacant parking lot in east London to create new residential accommodation.