We are an award winning Architects practice based in Covent Garden, Central London.
We specialise in residential, office, retail and leisure schemes and have earned an excellent reputation for delivering high quality design with a clear understanding of our client's commercial needs.
We are delighted to share our first photos of our completed office refurbishment in Carnaby Street for Shaftesbury Estates. The scheme has involved a new two storey rear extension and terrace, conversion of first floor retail area and refurb of common areas and upper floors to new Cat A office space.
The structural steel frame at our mixed use development in Raynes Park has now been successfully completed and the precast concrete floors are being installed this month despite the Covid-19 work restrictions. The complex development is to build a new church with multiple flexible use spaces alongside 18 new apartments above. The site team at Curo are doing a great job alongside our team working with Meinhardt engineers.
We have been granted Planning Permission for 65 fully affordable flats on East Acton Lane in West London. The projects involves the redevelopment of the former Goldsmith Arms pub site on the prominent corner of East Acton Lane and Friars Place Lane into six storey new build apartment scheme with a replacement pub at the ground floor.
Please go and see our our stunning new entrance canopy to St. Martin's Courtyard in Covent Garden. The canopy is made from dichroic glass which changes colour depending on which angle you are looking at it. The glass has been cut into triangular shapes to create this amazing colourful pattern.
We are delighted that our design for the Mercer Street entrance at St. Martin's Courtyard in Covent Garden has been shortlisted for the Outdoor Lighting Project of the Year. The project was designed in conjunction with specialist Lighting Designer Studio 29. The entrance design is part of a wholesale refurbishment of St. Martin's courtyard to create a restaurant hub that will be complete in November 2019.