This week we have been trying out the colour paint samples and patterns for timber block herringbone flooring. We are very excited about the floor being finally installed.
The house is in an Edwardian terrace in Muswell Hill Conservation Area. The works include improvement of the ground floor layout to achieve a better connected and well lit family space. Alterations involve joining the living room with the kitchen/dining … Continue reading
Our recently finished gallery and library for Linda & John has been featured in this month’s issue of Grand Designs magazine.
The house is a semi-detached, early Victorian property in the Barnsbury Conservation Area of Islington. The works include reconfiguration of the stairs from the ground floor to the basement which will improve the circulation between both floors. Alterations to the … Continue reading
Work on the basement kitchen/dining area is progressing with the installation of the small structural glazed rear extension. This has been created to maximize daylight and create a connection with the rear garden. At night time the glazed structure also … Continue reading
John Woodward, former Lincolnshire county architect, together with Andy Earl and 20 first year drawing class students worked together to make an 11 metre in diameter chalk labyrinth in the Lincoln Cathedral.
The project in The Lakes Estate Conservation Area at Palmers Green involved maximising living space for three generations of the family. This included opening up to create a new kitchen/dining area, the addition of a new extension with living room … Continue reading
Work has begun on site for our next project for our clients Caron & Ben. The project will create additional living space and a new kitchen/dining area. The extension will be closed off by a glass screen that will open … Continue reading
The end of year the architecture school year for the students at the University of Lincoln has arrived and last night their show had its opening night. Well done to all my students who worked very hard to get their … Continue reading