Our friend and photographer, Tom Cronin, has taken most of the photographs on our website. Tom’s photographs have been published in many architectural, design and technical publications including the Architectural Review, Building Design, The Architect’s Journal and Architecture Today as … Continue reading
Journalist, novelist, and painter, Philippa Stockley, has written an entertaining feature on Charlie, Mark & Orlando’s basement for yesterday’s Homes & Property section of the London Evening Standard.
Charlie, Mark & Orlando’s Basement was awarded Runner Up in the Home Interior Design category of the Don’t Move, Improve! 2013 awards. This and all of the other shortlisted projects for the best and most innovative home extensions in the … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce that one our projects have been shortlisted for Don’t Move, Improve! for the second time running. This year, our project to create a kitchen/dining/living area, with a frameless glazed box and movable polished stainless steel … Continue reading
We had a stand at Hitchin Girls’ School Career Fair, where Richard advised year nine, year eleven, and sixth form students preparing to make their GCSE, A level, and university subject choices about studying and working in architecture, design, and … Continue reading
We are working with conservation consultants, Heritage Collective, on the detail design of the upper three floors of the Grade II Listed 18 Thames Street in Windsor to enable it to be converted from offices into three separate flats. The … Continue reading
The brickwork plinth and timber frame have been constructed and the latter sheathed with plywood boarding, defining the form of the space and views to and/from the extension. The oiled cedar weatherboard cladding is due to start next week.
We have been asked by our former practice, theatre architects, Foster Wilson Architects, to help them out with the detail design of a performing arts centre for Bedford School. The project involves the conversion of, and extension to, the Grade … Continue reading