We are delighted to announce that another one of our projects has been shortlisted for Don’t Move, Improve! for the third time running. This year a project for the alterations to the ground floor of a two storey, terraced Edwardian … Continue reading
We look forward to seeing you here soon! Studio 14 Blackstock Mews London N4 2BT
The project for alterations and a rear single-storey extension to an end-of-terrace, three-storey, early Victorian House in the Duncan Terrace/Colebrooke Row Conservation Area in Islington is Practically Complete. Reclaimed yellow London stock brickwork planters extend around the re-used Yorkstone paved … Continue reading
Richard was recently interviewed by journalist, Luke Tebutt, for a feature on ‘Using an Architect’ in the September 2014 issue of Grand Designs magazine, with advice on why to use an architect, how to find one, scopes of services, fees, … Continue reading
Many of our projects involve improving the relationship between houses and their gardens, and good garden design is fundamental to good architecture. Richard’s wife, Joanna, has just completed a three year part time Level 3 Certificate in Garden & Planting … Continue reading
Shirley & Paul’s home was published in the Grand Designs magazine extensions special edition in June 2014.
The property is a garden basement flat in a five storey Victorian building in the Boltons Conservation Area. The works include altering the layout to achieve better connected and well lit areas, with a more generous sense of space, despite … 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