The new extension for the parish hall at St Peter’s Church in Richmond is on site
Hemingford Abbots, Cambridgeshire
Para 55 planning approval granted for our art and architecture collaboration with Kate Whiteford
At their planning meeting on March 19th Huntingdon District Council gave approval (subject to section 106 legal agreements) to the scheme for ‘Landart House’ – a fusion of landscape art and inhabited building which has been the outcome of a collaboration between the artist Kate Whiteford and Hugh Cullum Architects.
We have just completed the refurbishment and loft extension of a four bedroom terraced house in Crouch End. The design included a glazed dormer with panoramic view to Alexandra Palace. The collaboration with Caroline Cobbold Design has lead to a very successfull end result.
We have received positive feedback at pre-application stage for two new large houses in dulwich and are working the scheme up for a planning application.
We have completed the restoration and refurbishment of this Grade I listed townhouse by Robert Adam. The interior refurbishment was a major component of the project brief and we designed number of bespoke pieces of furniture integral to the house, including a special bar stool working in collaboration with a furniture maker.
We have designed a basement swimming pool and cinema for this exceptional mid C19 stucco villa overlooking Regent’s Park. As little of the original interior exists we have designed a sensitive and contemporary treatment which complements the elegant proportions of the rooms and the fine original stone staircase.
We are well advanced with the restoration and refurbishment of this grade one listed town house by Robert Adam.
We have been commissioned to prepare preliminary proposals for facilities adjacent to a fantastic C19 seaside fort.