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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.
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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