Reuse
 
Breathing new life in to historic buildings is something we greatly enjoy, whether it’s an area of a city such as Butlers Wharf in London, or an individual buildings from Michelin House in Fulham to the Bluebird Garage in Chelsea, Centre Point in Camden or The Boundary Hotel in Shoreditch. These projects all change the use of the buildings to something new and relevant, often acting as a catalyst for a resurgence of interest in the wider area. It is also highly sustainable to re-use rather than recycle these buildings.
 
Alongside this we tend to work on buildings that have a cultural significance and their re-invention is invariably a positive contribution. We always strive to get a deep understanding of the history of a project and how it might engage with its context, then work hard to bring out the essential qualities of the building, with any new additions or enhancements designed with this knowledge.
Breathing new life in to historic buildings is something we greatly enjoy, whether it’s an area of a city such as Butlers Wharf in London, or an individual buildings from Michelin House in Fulham to the Bluebird Garage in Chelsea, Centre Point in Camden or The Boundary Hotel in Shoreditch. These projects all change the use of the buildings to something new and relevant, often acting as a catalyst for a resurgence of interest in the wider area. It is also highly sustainable to re-use rather than recycle these buildings.
 
Alongside this we tend to work on buildings that have a cultural significance and their re-invention is invariably a positive contribution. We always strive to get a deep understanding of the history of a project and how it might engage with its context, then work hard to bring out the essential qualities of the building, with any new additions or enhancements designed with this knowledge.