It’s that time of year…


Time for our annual outing to the Serpentine Pavillion, this year designed by Frida Escobedo.                         And a bonus visit to Christo’s temporary floating sculpture on the Serpentine lake.    

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Which project has this view from the roof?


Pennybank Chambers in Clerkenwell was built in 1879 as a bank with shops and artisan’s dwellings. Most recently used as craft workshops, the building is now to be renovated and the run-down interiors upgraded for use as offices and retail.  

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Stukeley Street Panels


Excited to receive a sample in the studio for the polyester powder coated aluminium panels which will be used on the renovation and extension of an office building in Covent Garden. Inspired by the geometric designs of Richard Seifert, who designed the original building in the 1980s, these panels will be used on the roof extension and ground floor fascia and soffits.

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Palace of Westminster visit


We had a really interesting private tour of the Palace of Westminster this week escorted by House of Lords Doorkeeper, James McNaught. Along with the excitement of standing in the Lords Chamber and Commons Chamber, we learnt several fun facts: including the origins of well-known idioms such as ‘cross the line’ and ‘in the bag’.   All clock faces in the building including on the famous clock tower have an f instead of an x to…

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Crumble Castle


We are delighted to be part of the group of architects, designers and structural engineers taking part in the 2017 Gingerbread City for the Museum of Architecture. Our entry was the Crumble Castle in the Old Town district. It was a fun and very creative week: we learned how to bake structural gingerbread and discovered some real talent for decorating with sweets and icing sugar. It might take us a while…

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