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Bringing in Light
Loft Apartment Fit-out
Retail, Office & Commercial
Crouch End Breakout Extension
A small one bedroomed flat breaks out into a small angled yard resulting in an extra bedroom. Winner, 2019 Don't Move Improve Best Value Award.
Swanton Novers, Norfolk
The sensitive recycling of this fine 19th century school, later a Village Hall, into two eco-friendly family dwellings means it can live on for another century.
Stapleton Hall Road
Like so many London houses, cramped rear kitchens and unused central dining rooms are common. A glazed extension brings natural light and space.
A large skylight and sliding glazed screen opening fully onto the small garden bring light to formerly dark dining and reception rooms
Upper two floors of a modern mews terrace remodelled, creating open-plan spaces with bespoke built-in kitchen and furniture
Two families gained additional space in this project. The dark zinc clad box provides bay windows to new bedrooms and a second floor outdoor terrace.
An ancient, low-ceilinged kitchen extension has been replaced, providing headroom, connection with the garden and daylight to the heart of the house.
The new extension creates a quiet, central courtyard. Warm, durable oak is used internally for high traffic internal areas.
This large ground floor flat was remodelled internally and extended to the rear, to create a light filled family living space
Highbury Hill N5
A full width family room rear extension and remodelling, and a basement playroom created by lowering the existing floor.
Originally circa 1855 and Grade II Listed since 1975, requiring fabric preservation: brick on clay, slated roof, plaster ...
Conversion of an Edwardian seafront apartment. A 2-level pod in contemporary materials leaves original grandure intact.
Conversion of a North London handbag factory into two family houses each with garden and attached studio spaces.
A full-width family room extension replacing two disconnected extensions that were partially retained. The infill roof takes on a stealth-like ...
Twentieth century meets twenty-first... a new full width extension creates a light, open plan family living space that flows into the garden
Burnt Oak Library
A classic, ‘sixties branch library, by B Bancroft, 1968 has been remodelled by Knott Architects to suit its 21st century role in the community.
Burnt Oak Library 3D Model Fly-through
A fly-through of a 3D model of Burnt Oak Library, Barnet, North London. The fly-through moves from exterior to interior and back again
Two ground floor bedrooms and baths feature glass screens, oak floors. Folded steel plate stairs lead to first-floor open plan living space.
Solid roof area within a glazed perimeter replaces glazed lean-to susceptible to over-heating. Projecting box window gives seat & frames garden view.
Glass Garden Rooms
A ground and basement floor flat is transformed by adding a glass-floored terrace with a new garden room below
Custom Self-Build Mews Housing
Cooperative self-development to convert a North London clothing factory into five homes of various sizes.
5 Pods House
Removing walls and inserting five 'pods' creates free-flowing, light-flooded modern space, redefining ground floor.
Karen Millen Retail
Shop units and fronts incorporating steel and structural glass. Locations in London, Cambridge, Liverpool and Newcastle
Exhibition: Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects
An exhibition of water-based architectural project models 'floated' in a 25m long 'canal' plinth and illuminated by lanterns bearing project details
House Conversion Twickenham
Extensive refurbishment and remodelling of a substantial Victorian house to form a new kitchen, dining area and sun-room.
Loft Apartment Soho
Free standing plywood boxes house kitchen, bathrooms and utility spaces. They allow light to penetrate, retaining the open plan feeling.
Diespeker Wharf / PTE Offices
Wide ranging conceptual investigations led to the design of bespoke mdf furniture in this office fit-out for Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects, London
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