Wee House Starts on site!

THE WEE HOUSE STARTS ON SITE! Our project to extend and refurbish a tiny house in Clerkenwell has started on site. The project involves the replacement of an existing but non-original shopfront with a design that employs large slabs of pre-cast concrete as a frame for the high-spec windows and large timber door; set backs

Conway Street

Conway Street – Complete! Our refurbishment of a Grade II Listed one-bedroom flat in the centre of London is now complete. Further photos will follow once our clients have fully moved in.

Pallet Paradise!

We are co-creators of an exciting one-off event, taking over on a disused car park in South Tottenham to create a Pallet Paradise! Together with installation artist Jen-in-a-Jar we are designing and building an immersive pallet playground for adults and children alike to explore and enjoy.Pallet Paradise will run from Friday the 16th to Sunday the 18th of

The Wee House gains planning permission!

Planning permission has been granted for The Wee House in the heart of Clerkenwell. The Scottish client came up with the name Wee House for a good reason. Although the house sits over four floors, it is only 2,5 meters wide at the street frontage, 5,5m deep, the width reducing to a point at the rear.

Small space big storage

JWa have designed bespoke joinery for this small flat in West Hampstead. The central element of the brief was to make the new storage in the lounge, kitchen and bedroom feel like it’s increasing the living space rather than eating into it.          

Planning permission for Camden roof extension!

We received confirmation this week that the proposed timber clad roof extension and external terrace to a Camden town house has received planning permission. This is great news for our clients and their young family. We’ll now be pushing on into detail design and towards construction.