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Contents Introduction

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Healthcare

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Masterplanning

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Housing

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Higher Education

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Learning

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Public and Arts

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Conservation

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Introduction

Curl la Tourelle Head Architecture is an award winning architectural practice with a rich body of work over a broad range of sectors, with particular expertise in Masterplanning, Housing, Education, Healthcare, Community, Arts and Conservation projects. We are a progressive and contemporary community of architects that focuses on sustainable, practical and delightful designs through a creative dialogue with our clients, consultants, contractors and communities. We translate aspirations into appropriate, innovative and joyful buildings through integrated, context-specific design. Our experienced team create an individual solution for each project, large or small, and continuous attention to detail ensures the highest quality at each work stage. We welcome new challenges and apply our collective knowledge from completed projects to new situations. Our hard-working buildings are a pleasure to live in, work at, or visit and ensure maximum quality and value. We listen to you, and act on what we hear.

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Wayne Head, BA (Hons) Dip Arch RIBA CA, Director Wayne became a CLTH Director in 2016 following 15 years as a director of a major UK architectural practice. He brings 20 years of experience in award winning projects for residential, schools, further and higher education, healthcare and community buildings. Wayne is an RIBA Client Advisor, member of the national Civic Trust Awards panel and member of three design review panels including Design Council CABE, Design South East and London Borough of Haringey.

Oliver Bulleid, Director, BA (Hons) DipArch RIBA ARB Oliver has over 25 years experience in construction working on a wide range of project types and at all scales with a particular expertise in housing. He has worked on multi award winning projects and has taught architectural construction at a number of UK universities. He is passionate about low energy design and has built his own prototype house as a testbed.

Sarah Curl, Bsc (Hons) Dip Arch (Lond) RIBA (CA), Director Sarah is the Director in charge of education projects and practice management. She has over 25 years’ experience in the design and construction of award winning schools from early years to colleges. Sarah is an RIBA Client Adviser and is an active participant in education initiatives including Open City Education Forum and the Education Construction Network.

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Healthcare

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Planned Care Centre Plymouth NHS Trust As part of the Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust (PHNHST) estate and clinical plans for the future, there is a recognised operational healthcare need to look constructively at a different operating model for some elements of planned elective care. With this in mind, the design team have worked collaboratively with the Trust representative to propose a flexible, generic planned care facility that will provide state of the art facilities for patients and staff in a healing and therapeutic environment. The scope and specialty of clinical care to be delivered within the PCC is likely to be predominantly orthopaedic, but the design and clinical content of space means that it isn’t limited to a single specialty. A flexible facility allows the spaces to be adapted over time as changing health needs are identified. By combining diagnostic, operating theatre, consulting and inpatient spaces into one building means it can function in its own right, whilst remaining part of the main hospital care setting.

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Masterplanning Recent Commissions

Masterplan, Business Innovation Hub

Business Innovation Hub, Dungeness Folkestone & Hythe District Council Within the context of Britain’s only desert – the vast shingle beach at Dungeness – and in the shadow of the Nuclear Power Station, we prepared a new masterplan study including costed layouts for infrastructure and utilities. The ‘New Romney Incubation Centre Demand Study’ by Regeneris recommended that a 3 year pilot programme for a business incubator hub should be undertaken and then demand further assessed. Our 10

research highlighted the need to bring forward further land for employment use, leading to a proposal for a Business Hub and Skills Centre. The layout and massing are influenced by the specific context, responding to the exposed setting and enjoying long views over the expansive landscape, while respecting and working with the delicate natural local flora and fauna in the surrounding SSSI.


Masterplan, Black Country Living Museum, Dudley, Birmingham

Black Country Living Museum Dudley, Birmingham The Black Country Living Museum is a world class heritage attraction in the heart of the Black Country, telling the unique story of the first industrial landscape worldwide. Formed in 1966 as a small-scale memorial to the Industrial Revolution, the exhibition rapidly expanded to feature tramways, canals, mines and full-scale equipment from the 1800’s. The brief required a building that can host its 5,000 daily visitors, providing a clear

visitor welcome and orientation, ability to quickly process ticket sales, give a brief introduction to the history of the Black Country & BCLM and provide retail, cafĂŠ and toilet facilities. Our approach blended with the existing landscape while providing a feeling of anticipation on approach, encouraging visitors to meander through the U-shaped building, thereby allowing for longer queues and more exhibition features. Sample Projects Information Pack 2019

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Housing

Axonometric View In Surrounding Context

Notting Hill Estate Regeneration Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea We prepared a masterplan and an urban regeneration strategy within a borough wide programme. The existing urban context has built up over time and presents a variety of building types, architectural characteristics, materials, textures and colours.

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A careful analysis of the existing buildings influenced regeneration proposals that are sympathetically integrated within the existing neighbourhoods to create a more legible urban grain and provide public and private space with well planned new accommodation.


Long Section Through Courtyard

Proposed Plans

Proposed East Elevation

Street Side Render

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Central London Social Housing Regeneration City of London Corporation A new masterplan was prepared for the City of London Corporation, reviewing options for retention, partial redevelopment, and full redevelopment of the existing estate. We prepared five options, with careful consideration given to phasing to ensure residents do not have to move offsite at any time. The proposals have to the potential to add over 200 new homes, along with improvements to the existing public realm, and provide a range of housing types included an option for new almshouses. Materials pick up on the characteristic red brick of the estate to establish a visual continuity with the context, while allowing a range of heights and massing treatments within the proposals.

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Park Corner - Almshouses


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Preferred Masterplan Proposal 16


Preferred Proposal Sketch and Masterplanning Options Sample Projects Information Pack 2019

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Sutton Social Housing London Borough of Sutton The London Borough of Sutton commissioned a study to look at the potential for infill development on council owned land as part of the need to fulfil demand for new housing. The projects currently cover an initial 9 sites each and provide a total of 44 new homes in a range of typologies.

Site Location Map - 09 Projects in LB of Sutton

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While each site has specific requirements driven by the local context, we have developed a family of layouts and material treatments allowing for standardisation and the potential to procure as either modular or panellised offsite construction. It is envisaged that further sites will be released and become part of a rolling development programme.


Elevation Study of Culvers Retreat In Context

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Morland Gardens London Borough of Brent Morland Gardens is a major mixed-use scheme that is being developed for the London Borough of Brent, a ten-minute walk from Harlesden town centre. The project replaces and expands upon an existing Further Education College to provide over 2,000 sqm of new learning space. This will be linked to over 500sqm of Affordable Workspace through a central atrium, bringing these complimentary uses together. The upper floors will provide over 80 new homes – half of which will be for either social or intermediate rent. These apartments of one to four bedrooms will look onto a shared courtyard garden, that is animated by large rooflights serving the college below.

Morland Gardens London Borough of Brent 05.02.19

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CLTH were appointed in November 2018 following a winning competition entry and are working alongside a full consultant team up to planning submission. The team includes engineers Max Fordham and Structure Mode, Landscape designers Planit IE, with Allman Woodcock as Quantity Surveyors. Working in close dialogue with the local authority, and the education provider Brent Start, the project will play an important role in tying together this busy urban context through considered design and high-quality landscaped spaces.


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Render of Morland Gardens

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Higher Education

Space Reorganisations

Higher Education Campus Planning, Dublin Trinity College Dublin An investigation of potential for space reconfiguration in six of the College's buildings on its prestigious central campus. The proposals generate a mix of new learning spaces, creating different types of individual study and group collaboration settings, as well as social learning environments.

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Learning

View of External Playground

Internal View of School Circulation

Priory School London Borough of Croydon Set between suburban houses and woodland, the new school accommodates one hundred and thirty two secondary students with severe, complex and challenging difficulties, and is the first purpose-designed ‘forest school’ in London The school’s ambitious vision of a communal and creative heart including internet cafe and gallery as well as hall, studio and therapies was realised despite strict area and cost constraints. ‘The building is everything I dreamed of and seems to work very well with the students and staff which was the ultimate goal.’ - Julia Furmanski, Chair of Governors. 26

Woodland Canopy View


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John Lyon School London Borough of Harrow John Lyon School is an independent secondary school for boys aged eleven to eighteen. The existing school buildings have developed iteratively over a long period of time and are now at maximum capacity. We are developing a new education wing to allow a wide spectrum of teaching facilities with larger group spaces to accommodate flexible learning and a modern curriculum. The new wing is located on a hillside site within a glorious parkland setting with mature trees and open vistas. The building is set low down the hill to allow a phased development and gently curves in response to the setting, picking up on the centrepoint of the adjacent cricket pitch. 1

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Initial Sketch of Proposed New Oldfield 28

Layout Studies of Proposed New Oldfield


Visualisation of Proposed Entrance Facade

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Lymington Fields School London Borough of Dagenham and Barking The Lymington Fields School site borders a new residential development which forms part of the regeneration of the area. Our concept includes a thirty nine place Nursery, three form entry Primary School and six form entry Secondary School. The school site is flanked to the west by a new public square procured

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by the housing developer Lovells, a new carriageway to the north and existing retail buildings and single storey dwellings lie to the east. To the south are existing two storey dwellings whose rear gardens boarder the school’s southernmost boundary.


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Public & Arts

Night view Colour Change Facade

Internal View - Dance Studio

Unity Hub at Craig Park London Borough of Enfield Civic & Community Winner Award winning Unity Hub at Craig Park is a Myplace funded youthled project for young people thirteen to nineteen. The Hub’s new building is a remodelled and re-clad existing two storey youth club with a large new two storey extension. 32

Night View From Road Approach


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View From Park - Blending With The Surroundings

Dusk View Across the Playground

Designed collectively with the Hub’s young people, the building features a series of functional and dynamic spaces ranging from a climbing cave to dance studio and media labs including a space for reflection and an outdoor multi-sport games surface. The extended existing building has been transformed with the backlit polycarbonate cladding to unify new and existing and gain a role within the community. Colour change LED lighting can be programmed by the Hub’s

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young people and glows, beacon-like, in its parkedge setting. “...The way it metaphorically and physically breaks down barriers with a transparent appearance is extremely successful, providing glimpses into the activities within the Unity Hub...” - Ron Grace, London Borough of Enfield.


External View of Sunset Reflection

External View of Outdoor Flexible Space

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Big House for the Arts City College Norwich Big House for the Arts was completed by Wayne Head whilst in practice at BDP. The building has a multi functional programme for art and drama based activity. Its strong and pure architectural frame means it can absorb transient and messy activities well.

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Architects Journal Excellence Awards Winner RIBA Regional Awards Winner Civic Trust National Awards Winner City of Norwich People’s Project of the Year Award

A black timber clad pavilion set on the edge of a tree lined south facing garden forms a green veil backdrop. The north facing wall is punctuated with generous glazed openings to soak up glare free north light into the gallery spaces. The upper floors crank and cantilever out to create a sheltered entrance space.

External Street-side View

Elevation Detail

Internal Views of Art Centre in Use 36

External Street-side View


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Revitalise Peckham Rye London Borough of Southwark • • •

Public Building of the Year, AJ Architecture Awards Finalist 2018 Best Public-Use Project with Public Funding, Blueprint Awards Highly Commended 2018 Architect of the Year, Structural Timber Awards Shortlisted 2018

Revitalise Peckham Rye’s recent completion was celebrated with a friendly football match between Southwark Council and the contractors, making use of the new changing facilities and landscape. We were excited to work in Listed parkland with an unusual brief, that sees stakeholders from a broad range of backgrounds sharing a public space; from nursery children to football players, all are accommodated within the historic treeline. The project conserves and enhances the Victorian parkland, trees, and landscape whilst encouraging well considered interventions with the new facilities, breathing new life into this historic recreational space.

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Visualisation of Peckham Pavilion


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Park Walk to Peckham Pavilion 40


Playroom Window and Lockers

External Zinc Cladding Detail

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Conservation

Garden Entrance to Russettings Registry Office

Russettings Registry Office London Borough of Sutton We were commissioned by the London Borough of Sutton to extend Russettings, a large two storey Victorian Villa built in 1885 and used as a Registry Office since 1953. Mainly clad in red bricks and featuring an irregular mix of gabled roofs, chimneys, and bay windows, our proposal sensitively brings this building into a more modern context.

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Using red clay tiles for the walls and roof of the extension, this additional space provides a larger ceremony/ conference room with large bi-folding timber doors which open onto the terrace and garden. We developed a palette of materials to complement the existing setting and these are then detailed in a crisp contemporary manner to clearly distinguish new from existing.


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Whitehall Museum London Borough of Sutton

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Shortlisted: RIBA London Region Awards 2019 Regional Finalist: Civic Trust Conservation Awards 2019 Finalist: AJ Retrofit Awards 2018

Whitehall Museum is a £1.1m Heritage Lottery funded project, conserving a Grade II* listed Tudor building whilst transforming it with sensitive insertions to create a modern interpretive museum environment. Our brief was to facilitate access and attract more visitors to this small, local museum, which, although being a much-loved local landmark, was struggling to attract visitors in the numbers it deserved. The original manor house was built in the 1500’s, and its original Tudor structure altered and extended over time, with additions from Stuart, Elizabethan and Victorian eras. This “layering” created an interesting opportunity to observe construction techniques and domestic settings from various periods. In a certain sense continuing the tradition of “layering”, our sensitive restoration revealed the best features from Whitehall’s history, whilst our new insertions added a new, 21st Century “layer”.

Internal View - Retained Structure with new Lime Plaster 44

Garden View - Whitehall Museum


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Street View - Museum In Context 46


Whitehall Museum London Borough of Sutton

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Internal Render of Theatre Stage 48


Indicative lighting surround to recess provided - detailed design and specification to PT information

Visualisation of The Stage

Opening up works to existing ceiling required to survey existing services and confirm possible alternative routes to allow for the recessed 'barrel vault' ceiling, detailed design to be coordinated to suit

Dimension * - Depth of ceiling to u/s of slab a nominal dimension and TBC on site

Nominal 14000mm radius to ceiling vault

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Secondary steel fixing to existing downstand beam TBC - indicative only and to SE design and specification

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Soffit as existing with minor works to edge detail against replacement doors

Detailed design of ceiling cornice surround to be developed with indicative zone noted for draft issue

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Proposed door designed to approved planning information - locking system, glazing and frame details all to manufacturers design and specification

Existing handles to be retained with replacement doors

Threshold detail to be developed following comment from locking specialist

QT Ground Floor FFL 23050 NOTE • Survey 25.02.19 of existing access hatch offered limited access to confirm the existing structure and services. Information produced from this site visit is indicative only and full Recessed section opening up works are required with proposed details coordinated to suit indicative only issued solely for discussion • Detail design indicative only and issued for discussion purposes only Opening requirements • Existing structural design assumed with opening up purposes. works required to confirm current TBC by M&E with detail arrangement, following this detail to be coordinated to suit coordinated to suit • Secondary steel and fixing to existing structure indicative only and subject to SE comment and design input • Heating design to entrance indicative only and subject to M&E comment and design input CLTH proposed a nominal 150mm

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Client DELFONT MAKINTOSH THEATRES Job QUEENS THEATRE SHAFTESBURY AVENUE LONDON

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Dashed grey zone denotes area of possible void edge detail treatment/ cornice DMT to comment

Brass trim flashing to edges of ceiling recess to match external door head and base

Lighting to PT design and specification. Proposal of recessed section to be reviewed with detail coordinated to suit

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Drawing Title Proposed Foyer Section Drawing No. Rev 995A-CLTH-QTZ1-00-DR-AR-9001 *

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Existing soffit cladding EQ-B EQ-A

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Recessed lighting

FOR INFORMATION Issued by T.C.

Proposed concealed door frame 100mm brass finish door flashing to head and base of door to conceal locking system Glass door

Soho Theatres London Borough of Westminster

Note: Secondary steel fixing to existing beam to SE design and specification Door frame fixing and support to manufacturers design and specification

We have lead investigations into a number of existing west end theatres, exploring whether the seat count and box provision could be increased and sight lines improved, as well as reviewing upgrades to both front and back of house provisions and looking at options to improve accessibility.

NOTE • Survey 25.02.19 of existing access hatch offered limited access to confirm the existing structure and services. Information produced from this site visit is indicative only and full opening up works are required with proposed details coordinated to suit • Detail design indicative only and issued for discussion purposes only • Existing structural design assumed with opening up works required to confirm current arrangement, following this detail to be coordinated to suit • Secondary steel and fixing to existing structure indicative only and subject to SE comment and design input • Heating design to entrance indicative only and subject to M&E comment and design input

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These investigations include examining the main stage areas, bar, foyer and entrances spaces.

NOTES: All dimensions to be checked on site, not scaled from this drawing. Any discrepancies on this drawing with other contract documents to be reported immediately for clarification.

Successful planning permission and listed building consent was secured for the Grade II listed Gielgud Theatre, a building of significant historic interest within Westminster borough, and for the Queens Theatre. FOR INFORMATION

Client DELFONT MAKINTOSH THEATRES

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Job QUEENS THEATRE SHAFTESBURY AVENUE LONDON

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Additional Team Experience Press Pack 2019

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Brentford Lock West London Borough of Hounslow Located on a brownfield site bordering the Grand Union Canal in West London, the project provides 157 new homes as part of a larger regeneration masterplan. The design is influenced by the canal setting, utilising robust durable materials and echoing the north light roof forms of adjoining industrial warehouses. A range of houses and apartments are provided, with the majority of homes benefiting from dual aspect layouts and generous balconies and terraces. These overlook a reprovided canal towpath and a new urban landscape with a shared surface street. Oliver Bulleid led this project while at Mae Architects. Mae Architects images.

Balcony View

Internal View over Canal 52

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Street-side View 54


Model of Full Scheme In Context

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Somerleyton Road London Borough of Lambeth Somerleyton Road is an ambitious urban regeneration project for Lambeth Council to provide 300 new homes and wider community uses. As part of this masterplan we have designed the Extra Care residential block of 65 new homes with generous one and two bed flats, that provide independent supported living. Residents enjoy self-contained living accommodation alongside communal shared spaces to promote engagement between occupants. These include double height winter gardens, ground floor lounge and dining spaces, as well as a sheltered landscaped courtyard. Oliver Bulleid led this project while at Mae Architects. Mae Architects images.

Elevation Study

Sectional Study 56

Street Visualisation


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Street Visualisation

Model View of Scheme 58

Courtyard Visualisation


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