Between 2004 and 2015 we designed a series of stores for The Rug Company in major cities throughout Europe, the USA and around the world. New York, LA, Miami, Dallas, Atlanta in the USA. Madrid, Barcelona, Oslo, Brussels, Stockholm and Copenhagen, Moscow, St Petersburg and three in London. Hong Kong, Dubai, Toronto, Beirut and two […]

Mixed Use

This major mixed-use development in a North Kensington Employment Zone has permission to replace a terrace of two storey industrial sheds (subsequently converted to studios and offices). We successfully argued, against established planning policy, that the introduction of residential use would enhance and improve the quality of the Employment Zone whilst also serving to fund […]

Hampstead Passivhaus

This retrofit Passivhaus project (enerPHit) is located in Hampstead and is nearing completion.  London, with its preponderance of tall buildings and concrete surfaces, is particularly susceptible to the urban heat island effect. It is, on average, one to three degrees celsius hotter than the surrounding countryside. Thus one of the challenges we faced was that […]

Maida Vale House​

This inter-war period residence underwent extensive architectural transformations, focusing on expanding and reconfiguring the space to meet modern family needs. The project included a basement and rear extension, substantially increased the living space and allowing for a more functional and open layout. A bespoke terrazzo flooring was used at ground floor level, a material choice […]

Notting Hill Office​

This Notting Hill office for a global rug company embodies modern design with meticulous detailing that showcases custom design patterns. The interior features painted panelling and whitewashed flooring, creating a clean and contemporary backdrop that highlights the vibrant rug designs on display. A sculptural stair, designed to harmonize with the modern aesthetic while also serving […]

Cotswold Rectory​

Our brief was to transform this beautiful Grade II* listed country house into a modern family home and to convert the adjacent Grade II listed barn into a spectacular family space, comprising of a living room, library, party room and guest accomodation. Both the listed status of the existing structures, and our clients’ desire to […]

Listed St Johns Wood Villa​

This Grade II listed Tudor Gothic style home was thoughtfully extended at roof level with a sympathetic gable added, at the rear with single storey glazed garden room, and below the garden with a basement. These extensions and renovations respect the historical integrity of the home while enhancing its functionality and connection to the garden.  The […]

Bayswater House​

Situated on a tight London site, this new-build mews house boasts a design that maximizes light and space within a compact footprint. The interior features a lightweight, refined stair that acts as both a functional element and a sculptural centrepiece, contributing to the overall sense of openness and modernity. The bespoke timber window and louvre […]

Soho Gallery​

Having worked on the refurbishment of the original Frith Street Gallery, a listed building on Frith Street, we were commissioned to transform a large modern warehouse on Soho Square into the new Frith Street Gallery. In keeping with the philosophy of Frith Street Gallery’s director, the interventions were kept to a minimum. Existing raw concrete […]

Notting Hill Art House​

The scheme comprised the amalgamation and extension of an existing semi-detached Victorian villa, formerly split into four separate flats. Among the clients’ priorities were generous living spaces with ample room to display a large private art collection. A strong sense of light throughout was also desired, especially in the new basement rooms. A restrained palette […]