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PROJECT S 2010-2013


M ALABAR

ISLE OF WIGHT


MALABAR

ISLE OF WIGHT

Type Of Project: New Private House Client: Private Client Selection Process: Invited Design Competition Start on site date: August 2011 Completion Date: September 2012 GIA: 385m² Procurement: Traditional Contract Total cost: £950,000 RIBA Award: Best Building Isle of Wight 2013

Final Photo | Front Elevation


MALABAR

ISLE OF WIGHT

Concept Render | Front Elevation Site Plan | Early Concept Sketch


MALABAR

ISLE OF WIGHT

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MALABAR

ISLE OF WIGHT

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MALABAR

ISLE OF WIGHT

The architectural language of the new building has been developed as an intersecting assembly of translucent glass and solid white volumes that transforms throughout the day as light passes through the building skin. Internally, the main ‘white box’ living accommodation are linked by a sequence of “gallery” like spaces; open spaces emphasise functionality and privacy, with a continuous connection of outside and inside spaces; all designed to maximise the fantastic views and light from an elevated every level.

Sketch Section | Through Main Spaces Concept Sketches | Plan & Elevation


MALABAR

ISLE OF WIGHT

Final Photo | West Elevation Final Photo | Materials


MALABAR

ISLE OF WIGHT

To the South, the translucent faรงade and sculpted staircase spaces provide a buffer to the internal spaces from the public footpath whilst allowing natural light to penetrate deep into the plan. An a ever changing play of light on the facade is expressed externally and internally from the moving shadow of the branches of the mature trees beyond, linking the built and natural environment. Final Photo | Living Room Terrace Final Photo | Side Entrance


MALABAR

ISLE OF WIGHT

Final Photo | Stairwell Final Photo | Entrance Lobby

To the East and the morning sun the building opens up with expansive views over the blossom trees and towards the Solent. To the West a more secluded private environment framed by the mature trees beyond; a dining room taking in stunning views North with the sun setting amongst the tree line on the Western boundary. At the upper most level a sanctuary for contemplation and tranquillity, for peace and harmony, commanding spectacular views in every direction.

Final Photo | Kitchen


MALABAR

ISLE OF WIGHT

Final Photo | Living Room Terrace Final Photo | Dining Room Quotation taken from RIBA Award Night: Isle of Wight Judge: Martin Pearce: “This is a new house which demonstrates how much a client can inspire great architecture. Here the clients drew up a short list of some of the best architects and through careful selection found Fletcher Crane architects who although a relatively new practice gave the clients a vision for the their new home. Architects are artists and like all art it is dependent on good patronage. The Medici family are known as much through the commissioning of Leonardo Da Vinci to paint for them and Michelangelo to design chapels for them as for their banking prominence. In being aspirational and demanding these patrons might not have-yet,

pattern a modern day interpretation of the perforated lattice screen or jali found in Indian architecture which hints to the clients eastern origins.

living room are linked to the garden by a staircase carefully hidden behind the jali screen. This screening and use of diagonal vistas make the building a very good neighbour to the surrounding buildings avoiding a forgotten alleyway. I think this is the mark of good architecture, to be innovative, to respond to the site and to speak of the client, their personality and aspiration. And in so doing Malabar is a work of art or perhaps more accurately, a work poetry made material, space and light.�


MALABAR

ISLE OF WIGHT

Final Photo | Living Room Final Photo | Living Room


MALABAR

ISLE OF WIGHT

Final Photo | Stairwell Final Photo | Materials


MALABAR

ISLE OF WIGHT

Final Photo | Linit at Night Final Photo | Linit Form


SAVON A C LOS E WIMBLEDON


SAVON A C LOS E WIMBLEDON

Type Of Project: New Private House Client: Private Client Start on site date: June 2009 Completion Date: May 2010 GIA: 120m² Procurement: Traditional Contract Total cost: £300,000

First Floor Plan | As Built

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SAVON A C LOS E WIMBLEDON

Planning Model | Built at 1:50

Construction Section | As Built


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Jali Brick Detail | Construction Drawing


SAVON A C LOS E WIMBLEDON

Final Photo | Front Corner Elevation Final Photo | Rear Elevation


SAVON A C LOS E WIMBLEDON

Final Photo | Side Elevation Detail We have been able to deliver a planning approval on a very tight site to the side of the client’s existing end of terrace 1960’s house. The sloping site varies from 3m to 4.5m wide to the rear of the site, including large trees with preservation orders. One planning committee member described the scheme as very clever use of space, and that this type of contemporary design should be promoted as it had not only carefully considered the context but been able to enhance it. The dwelling provides an on site reduction in CO2 of over 20% by using PV cells on the south facing pitched roof, and the incorporation of an air heat recovery system. The scheme is a composition of alternating volumes which occupy the corner site, with surfaces made up of larchwood, white render, dark grey zinc cladding and masonry.


SAVON A C LOS E WIMBLEDON

the sun’s rays and long distance views over London. To ensure good privacy from the street the larchwood The tone of the brickwork is similar to the terrace brickwork although lighter in colour in order to compliment the terrace’s white painted timber panelled volume. Here a “dovecote” type detail also provides a layer of screening and privacy that will provide an interesting play of light to the staircase interior.

Final Photo | Side Elevation

Final Photo | Balcony Detail


SAVON A C LOS E WIMBLEDON

Final Photo | Living Space Final Photo | Final Photo | Living Space


SAVON A C LOS E WIMBLEDON

Final Photo | Bathroom Final Photo | Kitchen & Terrace


G ROSVE NOR S T RE E T MAYFAIR, LONDON


GROSVENOR STREET MAYFAIR, LONDON

Sketch Plan | Apartments Type Of Project: Client: Royal London Asset Management Quantity Surveyor: Quantem Consultants Start on site date: February 2012 Completion: January 2013 GIA: 500+m² Procurement: Traditional Contract Total cost: £1.4 Million


GROSVENOR STREET

MAYFAIR, LONDON

Final Photo | Retained Pub Sign Final Photo | Street Elevation


GROSVENOR STREET MAYFAIR, LONDON

Sketch Detail | Mezzanine Balustrade

Sketch Section | Mezzanine Apartment


GROSVENOR STREET

MAYFAIR, LONDON

Render | Mezzanine Apartment


GROSVENOR STREET MAYFAIR, LONDON

Final Photo | Mezzanine Apartment


GROSVENOR STREET

MAYFAIR, LONDON

Final Photo | Roof-light Detail Final Photo | Lighting

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GROSVENOR STREET MAYFAIR, LONDON

Final Photo | Loft Apartment


GROSVENOR STREET

MAYFAIR, LONDON

This project is one example of how the practice is able to deliver a completed project within a challenging context and brief. The outcome commercially adds value and exceeded the clients expectations. The brief was expanded upon by carefully crafted additional volumes at roof level, creating two new luxury apartments with intimate views over Mayfair, whilst not compromising the sensitive street scene. The project included the renovation of the previous public house and historic faรงades on Grosvenor Street maximising the retail frontage and area with optimum revenue stream and added value. The design encapsulated every detail including the lighting, space saving furniture, joinery and apartment kitchen designs. Following the successful completion of this project we have been commissioned by the client on a series of similar projects to increase value within their portfolio.

Final Photos | Loft Apartment


GROSVENOR STREET MAYFAIR, LONDON

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GROSVENOR STREET

MAYFAIR, LONDON

Final Photo | Final Photo | Staircase


S OH O APART ME N T S SOHO, LONDON


SOHO APARTMENT S SOHO, LONDON

Sketches | Concept Sections Client: RLAM Structural Engineers: TBC Services Engineers: TBC Cost Consultants: Quantem Consulting Stage: Feasibility GIA: 6,000 sqft Total cost: ÂŁ1,500,000


SOHO APARTMENT S

SOHO, LONDON

Render | Perspective Section Model | Concept


SOHO APARTMENT S SOHO, LONDON

Sketch Plan | 2nd Floor

Sketch Plan | 3rd Floor


SOHO APARTMENT S

SOHO, LONDON

Sketch Plan | 4th Floor

Sketch Plan | 5th Floor


SOHO APARTMENT S SOHO, LONDON

Renders | 5th Floor Studio


SOHO APARTMENT S

SOHO, LONDON

Render | 5th Floor Studio


OXHEY HALL

LISTED BARNS, OXHEY, WATFORD


OXHEY HALL

LISTED BARNS, OXHEY, WATFORD

Sketch | Site

Client: Private Structural Engineers: Richard Powell Services Engineers: Richard Pearce Timber Specialist: David Woodbridge Stage: Planning Approval GIA: 6,000sqft Total cost: Undisclosed


OXHEY HALL

LISTED BARNS, OXHEY, WATFORD

Photos | Existing External


OXHEY HALL

LISTED BARNS, OXHEY, WATFORD

Sketch | Cut-Away Section


OXHEY HALL

LISTED BARNS, OXHEY, WATFORD

Sketches | Internal Views


OXHEY HALL

LISTED BARNS, OXHEY, WATFORD

Sketch | Proposed Plan


OXHEY HALL

LISTED BARNS, OXHEY, WATFORD

Photos | Existing Site


MAZ E HILL

LISTED BUILDING, GREENWICH, LONDON


MAZE HILL

LISTED BUILDING,GREENWICH, LONDON

Existing Photo | Stair Detail Client: Private Client Listed Building Consultant: Heritage Collective Cost Consultants: IQ Consultants Stage: Construction GIA: 5,000sqft Total cost: ÂŁ500,000


MAZE HILL

LISTED BUILDING,GREENWICH, LONDON

Existing Photo | Fire Mantel Detail


MAZE HILL

LISTED BUILDING,GREENWICH, LONDON

Internal Elevations | Proposed Bathroom

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MAZE HILL

LISTED BUILDING,GREENWICH, LONDON

Renders | Bathroom Concepts


MAZE HILL

LISTED BUILDING,GREENWICH, LONDON

Renders | Kitchen Concepts


MAZE HILL

LISTED BUILDING,GREENWICH, LONDON

Render | Kitchen Concept


P E EK ING H OUS E WEST LONDON


PEEKING HOUSE WEST LONDON

Concept Render | Cut-Away Section

Client: Private Client Stage: Pre-Application GIA: 120m² Total cost: £300,000


PEEKING HOUSE WEST LONDON

Model Photos | Proposed Massing


PEEKING HOUSE WEST LONDON

Sketch Plan | Ground Floor


PEEKING HOUSE WEST LONDON

Sketch Plan | First Floor


PEEKING HOUSE WEST LONDON

Photo | Existing Site


PEEKING HOUSE WEST LONDON

Render | Proposed


PEEKING HOUSE WEST LONDON

Photo | Existing Site


PEEKING HOUSE WEST LONDON

Render | Proposed


A LE X AND RA HOUS E EPSOM


ALEXANDRA HOUSE EPSOM

Type Of Project: 8no. Apartments Client: Private Client Stage: Planning Application GIA: 6,000sqft Total cost: ÂŁ1,200,000


ALEXANDRA HOUSE

EPSOM

1.8m Boundary

1 Alexandra Road - Building Outline

1a Alexandra Road - Building Outline

Side View| Town House Option Front Elevation | Town House Option

Assumed Existing Street Level

Western Elevation


ALEXANDRA HOUSE EPSOM

Concept Sketches | Front Views


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ALEXANDRA HOUSE

EPSOM

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Front Elevation | Apartment Option

63.2m Parapet 62.7m SF Ceiling

60.2m SF Floor 59.9m FF Ceiling

57.4m FF Floor 57.1m GF Ceiling

54.6 GF Floor

Assumed Existing Street Level

52.1m Undercroft

1A Alexandra Road

3 Alexandra Road +50m Datum

5 Alexandra Road


ROSEDALE ROAD

RICHMOND


ROSEDALE ROAD RICHMOND

Concept Sketch | Exploded Volumes

Client: Timberlake Structural Engineers: MDA Consulting Stage: Construction GIA: 85m² Total cost: £250,000


ROSEDALE ROAD

RICHMOND

Model Photos | Proposed Massing

Sketch | Site Perimeters


ROSEDALE ROAD RICHMOND

Photo | Existing Site


ROSEDALE ROAD

RICHMOND

Render | Proposed View


F ROG CAPITAL

KINGS CROSS LONDON


FROG CAPITAL

KINGS CROSS, LONDON Type Of Project: Client: Frog Capital Cost Consultant: Quantem Consulting Structural Engineer: Malishev Wilson Completion Date: February 2012 GIA: 4,000sqft Procurement: Traditional Contract Total cost: ÂŁ350,000

Final Photo | Interior


FROG CAPITAL

KINGS CROSS, LONDON

Final Photo | Furnishings


FROG CAPITAL

KINGS CROSS, LONDON

Construction Sketch | Pivoting Bookshelves


FROG CAPITAL

KINGS CROSS, LONDON

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FROG CAPITAL

KINGS CROSS, LONDON

Renders | Canopy Concept


FROG CAPITAL

KINGS CROSS, LONDON


S T MARK S C HURC H HA LL TEDDINGTON


ST MARKS CHURCH HALL TEDDINGTON

Planning Render | Street Elevation

Client: St. Mark’s Church Structural Engineers: Elliott Wood Structural Engineers Services Engineers: Robert Blair Raines Cost Consultants: Antony May Landscape: Cleve West Stage: Tender GIA: 250m² Total cost: £500,000


ST MARKS CHURCH HALL

TEDDINGTON

Sketches | Plan Options


ST MARKS CHURCH HALL TEDDINGTON

Proposed Higher Roof Level +14.950

Proposed Lower Roof Level +13.550

Proposed Gully Level +10.900

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Planning Elevation | Side

Models | Concept Massing

Landscape Level +7.900


ST MARKS CHURCH HALL

TEDDINGTON

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B I RCH WO OD B O U LEVAR D

WARRINGTON


BIRCHWOOD BOULEVARD WARRINGTON

Existing Photos | Front Elevation

Client: Royal London Asset Management Structural Engineers: CBRE Services Engineers: CBRE Cost Consultants: CBRE Stage: Complete January 2013 GIA: 30,000sqft Total cost: ÂŁ1,400,000


BIRCHWOOD BOULEVARD

WARRINGTON

Existing Photos | Reception & Toilets


BIRCHWOOD BOULEVARD WARRINGTON

Render | Concept Entrance


BIRCHWOOD BOULEVARD

WARRINGTON

Renders | Reception Concepts


BIRCHWOOD BOULEVARD WARRINGTON

Render | Reception Concept


BIRCHWOOD BOULEVARD

WARRINGTON

Final Photo | Reception


BIRCHWOOD BOULEVARD WARRINGTON

Final Photo | Reception


BIRCHWOOD BOULEVARD

WARRINGTON

Final Photo | Bathroom


T H E CALLS LEEDS


THE CALLS LEEDS

Architect’s Journal International Competition: Winning Scheme Client: CITU Structural Engineers: Elliott Wood Consultants Services Engineers: Skelly and Couch Consultants Cost Consultants: Quantem Construction Consultants Landscape: Whitelaw Turkington Stage: Post Competition, Pre-Planning GIA: 3000m2 Total cost: £4,500,000

Site Photo | Existing Condition

Sketch | Concept


THE CALLS

LEEDS

Sketches | Concept Development

‘The Loom’ is conceived as an apparatus for weaving strands of local business into a collective. The design approach will enable the scheme to have iconic status both locally and throughout Yorkshire giving local business’ a wider presence throughout the region. The proposed waterfront cafe on site, along with the retention of the existing restaurant will complement the business hub providing an alternative venue for meeting, networking and relaxing. Opening up the water front will provide a destination and meeting place for Leeds, attracting people to the area and facilitating exposure for the local business’. The initial brief called for an iconic building, and delivering a commercially viable scheme that was able to meet that criteria whilst responding to the city urban design agenda, historic context presented a great challenge. The proposed scheme has been carefully developed to be appropriate to the site, but also be uniquely crafted, providing a presence at local, regional and national level. The proposals look to marry the external architecture with that of the interior environment, making the most of the fantastic site and location whilst providing the best possible working environment for the buildings owners and occupiers. The design sets out to be environmentally and socially sustainable whilst creating The building design aims to deliver a dramatic river front facade, utilising the expanse of the river and adjacent sheer faced wharf buildings of the south bank as a canvas. The proposal responds to the immediate vernacular, whereby the structural form continues the subtle contortion of the Calls wharf side roofscape. Recognising that the local area was made up of many small businesses, often in sub divided premises, the proposals seek to provide a section of the building as a local business support hub and business / social meeting space. The intention is that by providing a visual focus to the area local businesses will be able to utilize the premises for networking, entertaining, enhanced identity and increased business exposure.


THE CALLS LEEDS

Sketch | Site Constraints

Sketch | Perspective View of the Undercroft


THE CALLS

LEEDS

One of the key aspects of the proposal is to deliver a fantastic new public space for the city, a place that will level changes from the street level through to riverside provide an opportunity to allow the proposed open space to be lower and therefore more immediate to the river, allowing the public to engage with and touch the water - something currently lacking with the Calls. The counterpoint to the open river front is the street facade. Working from the same rigorous grid layout two very different experiences are generated by the street facade. Deep columns reach down to the ground vertically, opening up on three grid lines at the various entrances to the building and river frontage. When approaching the building obliquely along the tight historic streets of the Calls the envelope appears as a solid form, in keeping with the masonry construction prevalent to the Calls. Once upon the building the arrangement of the columns will open up to provide tantalizing glimpses of the public space and river beyond. The proposed new public space will provide the area with a unique and distinctive meeting place for the city. It will be a place to shelter from the cold during the winter months and bask during the summertime. found in the historic shopping district. One of the delightful attributes that this external space will acquire is the play and dance of light on the under side of the river front facade delivering a true connection with the building, surroundings and the elements. Internally the aesthetic is intrinsically linked to the external structure and architectural form. The columns are laid out on a typical commercial grid dimension and, because of the scale and massing of the building, a fantastic contemporary space. a real synergy of structure, light and views, a combination that sets out to At the transition between the new and retained buildings the proposals adopt a light touch to preserve the integrity of the existing wharf building. Elements such as the huge historic signage will be retained in situ, becoming a bold part of the interior design. The construction of the extant wharf building will allow the richness of materiality to be explored and will deliver a contrast between the two sides of the development.

Sketch | Riverside Elevation


THE CALLS LEEDS

Render | Riverside Views


THE CALLS

LEEDS

‘This delicate rib cage of a building designed by young practice Fletcher Crane Architects was the judges’ unanimous winner. The proposal aims to ‘repair the historic urban fabric’. Dubbed ‘The Loom’, the cover for the riverside public area beneath.’ Richard Waite, Architects Journal.

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WH ITE HAVEN MA RIN A WHITEHAVEN, CUMBRIA


WHITEHAVEN MARINA

WHITEHAVEN, CUMBRIA

Concept Render | Final Marina View

Project Type: RIBA International Open Design Competition Client: Britain’s Energy Coast West Cumbria and Magnus Homes Stage: Competition GIA: AAAm² Total cost: £10 Million


WHITEHAVEN MARINA

WHITEHAVEN, CUMBRIA Sketches | Concept Evolution

Entry for a RIBA International Open Design Competition on behalf of Britain’s Energy Coast West Cumbria and Magnus Homes for a £10m mixed-use development on a prominent site adjacent to Whitehaven Harbour. The proposals aim to provide an interface between the harbour, town centre and community whilst creating a building that delivers a cohesive composition of form along the full length of the quayside. The proposals seek to provide careful articulation and proportion that is aesthetically sensitive to the immediate setting and wider historic context of Whitehaven. The design combines function and materiality within an extremely The proposals set out to provide desirable residential accommodation, accessible and effective commercial business space and a memorable back drop to the harbour and community activities throughout the year providing a unique slice of town, hill and sea views.

comprise the residential accommodation which affords glorious far reaching views. At basement level an discretely accessed from Strand Street.


WHITEHAVEN MARINA

WHITEHAVEN, CUMBRIA

Concept Renders | Massing Views

Concept Render | Material Finish


WHITEHAVEN MARINA

WHITEHAVEN, CUMBRIA Plans | Residential Units

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1 - Balcony | 2 - Living Space | 3 - Kitchen | 4 - Utility Room | 5 - Bathroom | 6 - Bedroom 7 - Garden Terrace | 8 - Bedroom | 9 - Toilet | 10 - Corridor | 11 - Shower Room | 12 - Bedroom 13 - Balcony | 14 - Living Space | 15 - Kitchen | 16 - Light Well | 17 - Utility Room | 18 - Bedroom 19 - Roof Terrace | 20 - Light Well | 21 - Skylight


WHITEHAVEN MARINA

WHITEHAVEN, CUMBRIA

Sketch | View Along the Quay

achieved by each apartment having a series of double height spaces, wall to wall sea views and an extensive sheltered south facing garden terrace and / or sea facing balcony. Apartments, which are served by two vertical cores at either end of the site, are accessed from a central corridor which is generous in width, natural

Each dwelling will have an open plan living arrangement facing the harbour and sea beyond. The open plan living arrangement is further enhanced by very generous affording ample storage space. On the apartments south side quiet sun drenched bedroom spaces are located that can alternatively be used as an additional living space with views above the roof tops of Whitehaven towards the Lake District. The dual aspect layouts provide opportunity for natural cross ventilation, day long solar access and provides each resident with a unique slice of sea, town and hill view.


WHITEHAVEN MARINA

WHITEHAVEN, CUMBRIA

Sketch | Rear View


WHITEHAVEN MARINA

WHITEHAVEN, CUMBRIA

Render | Sectional Cut-away

The scheme has the scope for a selection of environmental considerations to be combined within the innovative design solution to achieve or exceed BREEAM Excellent and CSH Level 4.


WHITEHAVEN MARINA

WHITEHAVEN, CUMBRIA

Render | Across the Quay


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