We are very pleased that The Wee House has been selected for this years Don’t Move Improve exhibition hosted by New London Architecture. The exhibition will run from the 26th of January 2017 at The Building Centre, Store Street, London.
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris. Joe Wright: Architect Studies for a residential development in west London incorporating an apartment tower and low-rise family units.
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, Joe Wright: Project Architect – Completed 2008 Photo credits: Rob Parish Part of a mixed-use development which includes the new Monsoon HQ, the Studio Building provides multi-let workshops and studio spaces for small businesses. The design and finishes are simple and robust, allowing its occupants to get on with creating and inventing. Photo
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, Joe Wright: Project Architect – completed 2008 Photo credits: Tim Soar/Rob Parish Refurbishment of a Grade II* listed 1970s landmark to provide high quality office space with environmental conditioning. Photo credits: Rob Parish
Following a successful redesign of the rear garden we are currently developing plans for the total refurbishment of the existing maisonette. The proposal incorporates a new double-height lounge area, relocated bathroom and a loft extension with en-suite bathroom. The new kitchen with enlarged windows will maximise visual connections with the garden.
This proposal aims to bring an extra storey of family living space and flood daylight into the lower floors. A new roof terrace will take advantage of views out to the West End and beyond.
Having holidayed in the summer house of their Danish friends, our artist clients dreamt of having their very own retreat a and thinking space; at the bottom of the garden. Our design references the traditional timber vernacular of Scandinavia to provide a top-lit lounge, artist’s studio, workshop and car space, with a sheltered deck area