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Contents Hotels: Z-Hotel Lensbury Sports Club and Hotel

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Residential: Mounton House 641 Kingston Road 44 Woodbastwick Road The Granary Maple House, Surrey Square 113 Kenilworth Avenue 2a Cornford Grove 74 Acton Lane 30b Queen’s Gate Gardens 1 Hyde Park 2a Adolphus Road 20 Model Cottages 1 High Elms 7a Sylvester Road The Black Barn

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About us Earle Architects is an award winning practice based in Hackney, East London. Since setting up in 2003 we have established a reputation for innovation, attention to detail and value-for-money design. As a chartered practice with the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) our clients can expect the highest level of excellence in design and professional services. We explore imaginative design solutions and we enjoy working closely with clients and fellow consultants to produce elegant, well-conceived and well-detailed buildings. We are passionate about the environment and are supports of the RIBA’s Retrofirst campaign. Our experience spans sectors including commercial, residential, public buildings, education institutions and landscape. This brochure showcases a selection of our hotel and residential projects.

“Earle Architects were able to help us navigate swiftly through the myriad planning and listed building processes, and their help through to final handover was key in realising this important project on time and in budget.”

“Earle Architects have produced an imaginative design which meets all our requirements. The team have been proactive and accommodating.”

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“The design of the building is intrinsic to the delivry of good services to young people at Depaul. Those visiting Sherborne House never fail to appreciate the principles of PIE and quality in the design, and how the building works as a place of change for the young people in need of our services.”

“From start to end, the team have been flexible, dedicated and highly innovative. A highly imaginative approach has resulted in a solution which exceeded our initial expectations of what could be achieved.” Surrey Square School

London Borough of Hackney

Depaul UK

Contact: Earle Architects 7a Sylvester Road London E8 1EP Tel: +44 (0) 20 8525 5902 Email: info@earlearchitects.com Web: www.earlearchitects.com Earle Architects is an equal opportunities employer.

Clients: ART Property Development Aylesbury NDC / Creation Trust BPP Construction Consultants BMG Music Publishing Borough Council of Wellingborough BCD Travel Chelsea Football Club Chelsea Village PLC Cineworld Cinemas Cityscreen Consolidated Developments Ltd Consolidated Property Corporation Ltd Crown Golf Depaul UK finnCap Football Foundation Generation Estates Ltd Genesis Housing GHD Grayshott Hall Health Retreat Harbert Management Corporation Hurst House Hyde Housing Institut Français Kingston University Kraman Ltd Lensbury Club London Borough of Hackney London Borough of Southwark Manor Gardens Welfare Trust Minerva PLC Mouchel Parkman PLC Oxford University Picturehouse Cinemas Queens crescent Communal Assets Quinn (London) Ltd Sarm Music Village Sony BMG St. Mungos Surrey Square School Tripadvisor Thames Reach Trevor Horn University of Surrey Wainbridge Ltd Z Hotels


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Z-Hotel




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Client: ART Developments Ltd. Location: Soho, London Project Value: £3.5m (shell & core), £4m (fitout) Date: Completed January 2007

This £7.5m scheme consists of 33 hotel rooms, spa, gym, bistro, restaurant and bars in the heart of Soho. There are also three residential buildings refurbished into seven apartments within the two Grade II listed buildings. The complex triangular island site involved six party wall awards and complex rights of lights issues. The extension of the basement involved working in close proximity to London Underground’s Northern Line tunnels. The hotel has an internal courtyard designed to link 12 buildings, previously used for prostitution, drugs and gambling, with a four flight stainless steel spiral staircase. A series of suspended walkways overlook the space, and create open and spacious access to the rooms. The owner appointed interior designers to fit out the spaces and since opening in 2011 the Z Hotel has received excellent reviews from The Times, The Guardian and The Telegraph, among others. The ���� project is also featured in the book “Architectural Voices: Listening To Old Buildings” by David Littlefield and Saskia Lewis.




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Lensbury Sports Club and Hotel




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Client: Lensbury Club Ltd. Location: Teddington, Middlesex Project Value: ÂŁ1.3m Date: Completed May 2006

This new extension to an old mansion style hotel and private members club house is an all glass pavilion with a pre-patinated copper roof. The new build element is a new 8x40m lounge / restaurant for the Lensbury Club Hotel and is situated on the banks of the Thames at Teddington Lock. The scheme is in Metropolitan Open Land within the Thames flood plain and is built on stilts to the approval of the Environment Agency. The idea of the glass extension was to bring the exterior into the building and allow the visitors of the club to be closer to the picturesque woodland surroundings. The project was completed in summer 2006 and was built after Earle Architects successfully secured planning consent following an invitation to compete in a limited competition.




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Mounton House




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Client: Paul Cook and Armin Bienger Location: Chepstow, Wales Project Value: Confidential Date: Ongoing Earle Architects were asked by Paul Cook & Armin Bienger to prepare designs for a reconfiguration and fit-out of Mounton House, a grade II* listed building in Chepstow, Wales, dating from 1911. The aim of this project was to sensitively adapt the property - which is one of the first concrete buildings in Wales - to the needs of the owners while maintaining and restoring the integrity of the building and its original features. The existing property has an entrance hall, kitchen, great room and drawing room on ground floor (with ornate plaster ceilings), while first floor has ten bedrooms and six bathrooms. The alterations to ground floor, completed in 2013, included the fit out of a new kitchen and adaptation of a window to allow access from the kitchen to the garden. Upstairs, a new stateof-the-art bathroom suite was installed and crude sub-divisions from the 1990s were removed. Following on from these alterations, Earle architects have been asked to prepare further designs for the reconfiguration of the remainder of the property, continuing to sensitively restore the building to its original state.




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641 Kingston Road




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Client: Olive Garden (RP) Ltd. Location: Raynes Park, London Project Value: Confidential Date: Opening Spring 2021

This project seeks to extend an existing public house in the London Borough of Merton to create 9 flats with balconies. A three-storey extension will contain a new entrance foyer, stairwell and lift to reach the flats on the upper levels, including a new third floor on top of the existing Victorian building. A new retail area will be located at the ground floor The development will provide six 1 bedroom flats and three 2 bedroom flats. The new-build and refurbished elements are targeting a BREEAM ‘Very Good’ rating for environmental performance. This challenging site sits between the A238 Kingston Road and an elevated railway line, where train services run into Central London from the nearby Raynes Park station.




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44 Woodbastwick Road




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Client: Private Location: Sydenham, London Project Value: ÂŁ125,000 Date: Completed March 2019

Earle Architects designed a single storey extension to create an openplan kitchen and dining space that can open to the rear garden for our client. The zinc-clad roof of the extension increases its pitch towards the rear to capture views of the southfacing garden and to flood the internal space with natual light. The rear elevation features a dramatic pivoting glass door to maximise the views and link the internal areas to a new rear patio.

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The Granary

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Client: Private Location: Surrey Project Value: Confidential Date: Completed 2019

Working with architect Deborah Dalton, we obtained a planning consent in the green belt from Tandridge Council for the conversion of this redundant granary store into a family home. We produced full working drawings and a BIM model for Deborah Dalton to supervise on site. Previous schemes by other architects were refused by the planning department but the skillful re-use of the existing agricultural building was warmly recieved. The client has entered the scheme for the LABC Awards for innovation. The volume of the existing steel framed building is divided into 2 distinct wings with a south-facing private courtyard between. One wing contains living space and the other work space.

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Maple House, Surrey Square

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Client: Surrey Square School Location: Southwark, London Project Value: ÂŁ1.5m Date: Completed June 2016

Earle Architects were asked by Surrey Square School to carry out a feasibility study on an underused area of the school grounds in order to raise funds for a new Early Years Centre (also by Earle Architects). Our study assessed a number of options and concluded a nine unit residential development would offer the correct balance of density, scale and value. We prepared designs and submitted them for planning permission in April 2013, with consent awarded by Southwark Council in September 2013. The site was subsequently purchased by developers, Guildmore, who completed the detail design and constructed the building between August 2015 and May 2016. The destinctive design consist of identical flats mirrored over alternate floors to maximise the levels of sunlight reaching each of the generous balconies, which are positioned at the edges of the floor plates. The flats are designed to Code for Sustainable Homes level 4 standard; power and water usage will be reduced and on-site renewable energy will be generated via roof top photovoltaic cells.

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113 Kenilworth Avenue

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Client: Private Location: Walthamstow, London Project Value: £80,000 Date: Completed August 2016

113 Kenilworth Avenue took advantage of permitted development rules to extend an existing Victorian terraced with a new dormer loft conversion, creating a 3-bed home with a study space in addition. An existing rear extension was also modified and re-roofed to allow for new skylights and a large bi-fold door, opening onto the rear garden. The interiors of the existing rooms were extensively refurbished to return some Victorian charm.

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2a Cornford Grove

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Client: Private Location: Balham, London Project Value: ÂŁ93,000 Date: Completed August 2016

2a Cornford Grove is a 2-bed lower ground floor flat in Balham, South West London. Earle Architects were asked to reconfigure the existing internal spaces and design a new single storey rear extension. The new layout improves levels of natural daylight in the flat whilst creating an additional bedroom. The monopitch rear extension houses a kitchen and dining area, linked to a living space a semi open plan arrangement. The roof of the extension slopes up away from the existing building to make the most of the garden views and skylights help natural daylight to penetrate into the living space.

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74 Acton Lane

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Client: Genesis Housing Association Location: Brent, London Project Value: ÂŁ100,000 Date: Completed July 2016 74 Acton Lane is a conversion of an existing 3-bed terraced property to a 3-bed and a 2-bed flat. The property is owned by Genesis Housing Association and the two new dwellings are to be rented at an affordable rate to qualifying tenants. The larger 3-bed family unit on the ground floor features an extension with a green roof and patio doors leading from an open-plan kitchen, dining, living area out out into the large rear garden. The first floor 2bed unit has two double bedrooms, ensuite and open-plan kitchen, dining, living area. The extensive refurbishment included structural works, total re-wire and re-plumb, new windows, a new extension, new kitchen and bathroom suites and new floor finishes throughout. The construction works took place over a 28-week period and were completed in July 2016. The project has been designed to achieve a BREEAM Good rating and includes environmentally friendly fetures such as low flow taps and showers, dual flush toilets, low wattage lighting, rainwater collection butt, efficient gas condensing boilers, cycle storage and timber from sustainable sources.

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30B Queen’s Gate Gardens

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Client: Private Location: Kensington, London Project Value: ÂŁ169,000 Date: Completed Sept 2015

Working together with SR Interior Design we designed and delivered an extensive refurbishment of a lower ground floor flat within a Grade II Listed building in Kensington and Chelsea, London. The proposals included opening up and reconfiguring the floor plan of the 2-bed property to maximise living space and daylight. A new en-suite was created within an existing external courtyard by installing a new floor slab and roof - consisting mainly of glazing. New finishes were installed throughout along with a new kitchen and new bathroom suites. The proposals received planning and listed building consent in September 2013 and works on site completed in October 2015.

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1 Hyde Park

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Client: Private Location: Knightsbridge, London Project Value: Confidential Date: Completed September 2014 Earle Architects served as executive architect to deliver designs by Russian interior design practice, Voix. The project included relocation of building services, new wall finishes, insertion of anchor points for new hanging chandeliers and new furniture.

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2a Adolphus Road

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Client: Private Location: Islington, London Project Value: Confidential Date: Completed May 2014

This three-bedroom duplex with gated garden in Finsbury, North London, was refurbished throughout; including a new kitchen, joinery and wooden floors. The property is spread across two floors and includes a garden, which was landscaped as part of the works.

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20 Model Cottages

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Client: Mike and Elizabeth Earle Location: Richmond, London Project Value: Confidential Date: Completed March 2011

20 Model cottages was built in approximately 1850 and forms part of a collection of similar properties built for railway construction workers. The collection of Model Cottages and adjoining area is designated as a Conservation Area. The project sensitively extended and modified the property with minimal demolition while incorporating the clients’ wish to provide living and sleeping arrangements at ground floor level. The design and layout endeavoured to provide a “Homes for Life” approach, following the Lifetime Homes standards. The clients won “Borough in Bloom” gold and silver awards for the forecourt and garden.

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1 High Elms

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Client: Gary and Rowan Hartfree-Pearce Location: Woodford Green, London Project Value: £250,000 Date: Completed May 2008 1 High Elms is an existing terrace house in Woodford Green laid out across four storeys including a lower ground floor. An existing extension to the house was unstable due to bomb damage sustained during WWII and so was removed and replaced with a larger extension as part of our improvement works. Our designs also re-ordered the internal spaces to create a ‘granny flat’ at lower ground level and 3 bed house above. Planning permission was granted in September 2007 and the project was completed in May 2008.

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7a Sylvester Road

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Client: Earle Architects Location: Hackney, London Project Value: ÂŁ180,000 Date: Completed September 2007 Earle Architects added a new one bedroom flat on top of its new office in 2007 as part of the refurbishment of the full building. After securing a tricky planning consent, the existing roof was removed and a new steel frame was added to provide an extra storey. The flat has wrap-around windows on three sides and roof lights to illuminate the kitchen and bathroom. The extension is clad in lead, at the request of the planning authority. The lead letters were cast in our ground floor workshop.

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The Black Barn

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Client: Carol Sharp Location: Norfolk Project Value: ÂŁ100,000 Date: Completed 2003

In 2003 Earle Architects completed the total restoration and partial rebuilding of a series of agricultural buildings to provide residential accommodation and a photographic studio for award winning photographer Carol Sharp, who specialises in wild flower photography. All construction materials were locally sourced often recycled from existing structures on this 4 acre farm. The scheme utilises grey water recycling from roofs and bath water for toilet flushing and watering the wide variety of plants which the client grows and photographs.

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