Eva Armsby Family Day Centre :
New building for child care including special needs, parental education, social services work, and training facilities for child care professionals. Client : London Docklands Development Corporation. Construction Cost : £1M
Elliot House :
Scheme design, planning approval, and detailed design development for new office building incorporating 92,000 sf. prime office space, 7,200 sf. atrium restaurant, 250 seat cinema, to be constructed over Victoria underground station. The planning process involved detailed negotiations with English Heritage and won the backing of the Royal Fine Arts Commission. The scheme was highly commended by Westminster City Council. Client : Derwent Valley Holdings Plc. Construction Cost : £25m (estimated).
232 Vauxhall Bridge Road :
Office building refurbishment, including new entrance, lobby, stairs and common parts, plus three air conditioned office floors totalling 14,000 sf. Client : Dorrington Properties Plc. Construction Cost : £1M (in three phases).
The Kite :
Counter proposals for the redevelopment of The Kite in Cambridge adopting a mixed use, regenerative, place making approach with strong community under-pinnings. In contrast to the monolithic Shopping Centre eventually built, the scheme sought to work with the grain of the existing street pattern and create an invigorating combination of spaces in which to live, work and play. The resulting plans evolved into a rich combination of town and mews houses, arranged around flexible work, craft, retail and leisure facilities referred to as The Sheds. Focused around a central Piazza the key aim was demonstrate a route to a re-envisioned, socially inclusive 'quarter' that could once again thrive after years of planning blight. RIBA Part 2 'Silver Medal' winner. Client : The Fight for the Kite
High Oaks :
Development of 37 luxury flats on the outskirts of Glasgow in a semi-secluded site of mature oak woodland. The designs are ultra low energy, all electric powered using air-source heat pumps and roof mounted photo-voltaic cells. Below ground parking levels are incorporated with electric charging points and bicycle storage for all residents. Client : Sarrius Ltd. Construction cost £8M (estimated)
Centre for Computing History :
Study for CCH planned expansion into purpose built premises in Cambridge UK. Accommodation to include,storage, display, archiving and administration space along with technical workshops, seminar rooms, cafe and shop. Phase 1 - 25,000sf with future expansion in 25,000sf increments. Client : Centre for Computing History