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.
The work of the practice will be illustrated and discussed in essays by Alan Powers, Pierre D’Avoine and Charles Rattray. To be published soon.
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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.
Giles Woodcock has joined Hugh Cullum as director of Hugh Cullum Architects Ltd.
We have been commissioned to prepare preliminary proposals for facilities adjacent to a fantastic C19 seaside fort.
We have just completed a new clubhouse with changing rooms – very low budget but effective design.
With landscape artist Kate Whiteford we have made a planning pre-application submission for a large paragraph 55 house on a seven acre site. Kate’s proposal is to model and draw on the site so as to incorporate the house within the artwork.
We have put in an application for a new Parish Room extension to St.Peters, Petersham in Richmond. We are also undertaking substantial restoration of the brickwork and fourteenth century chancel following Hugh’s quinquennial report.
We are working on the schematic design for a new partly underground courtyard houses off Dulwich Common.