Argyle Avenue, Hounslow
Planning permission has been granted for this 6-metre rear extension and a loft conversion to a semi-detached home. Terracotta tiling throughout the ground floor unifies old with new, while large steel-framed doors allow sunshine to pour into the kitchen and dining spaces while providing long views into the garden.
Construction is due to start in early 2021.
Our proposal for the South Asia Gallery at Manchester Museum evokes the spatial and atmospheric qualities of a Haveli, a traditional townhouse in the Indian subcontinent built around a courtyard. In collaboration with Manalo & White.
Family Home, West Midlands
We have received planning permission to recreate this 1950's dwelling to become a new home to multiple generations of a family. Large family spaces have been created to cook, dine and gather in - all reconnected to the garden and daylight.
Whitton Dene, Hounslow
This cute little extension adds much needed floor space giving the home a new social space - A new kitchen-diner touches the garden and welcomes the evening sun.
Melbury Avenue, Ealing.
We have created this generous extension to bring a large family together. A space to prepare food, talk, laugh and enjoy the garden view from.
Construction will commence later this year.
We have been appointed to fully renovate and improve this 1950’s mid-terrace townhouse in leafy Wimbledon.
We have been appointed to reconfigure and extend this semi-detached home for a young family in Whitton.
We are pleased to announce that Richmond Borough Council has granted permission to build our scheme for a New Sports Pavilion for the children of Hampton Junior and Primary Schools.
With 70 letters of support, the local community has recognised both the need and the sensitivity of our approach to build upon the playing fields which have been used by the school for over a century.
Trinity Church Square, Southwark
We have received consent to alter an apartment within a Grade II listed townhouse located on Trinity Church Square, Southwark. Careful removal of non-historic and unsympathetic additions bring the apartment towards its original plan form.
Climate and Biodiversity Emergency
Svinder Architects have joined the proponents of Architects Declare in calling for a response to the global climate and biodiversity emergency and committing to positive action to address the challenges it poses:
“The twin crises of climate breakdown and biodiversity loss are the most serious issue of our time. Buildings and construction play a major part… For those of us working in the construction industry, meeting the needs of our society without breaching the earth’s ecological boundaries will involve a paradigm shift in our behaviour… The research and technology exist for us to begin that transformation now, but what has been lacking is collective will…Recognising this, we are committing to redirect our working practices to create architecture and urbanism that has a more positive impact on the world around us.”
Somerset Road, Walthamstow.
We have secured planning permission to extend a beautiful mid-terraced property towards its garden. A lime-washed London Stock brickwork volume with steel framed glazing and roof lights creates a new family space connected to the garden.
We have secured planning permission to extend to the rear and into the loft of an end of terrace house at Teesdale Gardens, Isleworth. The scheme is designed for intergenerational living and future adaptation at ground level with inclusion of a wheelchair accessible shower.
Teaching of our undergraduate studio at Kingston University culminates in the end of year show with an excellent display of work from our students and across the school.
We have secured planning permission to provide a rear extension and loft extension to a terraced house in situated on White Hart Lane, Barnes. These improvements tailor the property to suit how the clients wish to live today while accommodating the future growth of their family.