The project involved the sensitive upgrade of an existing restaurant facility on Covent Garden’s famed Opera Terrace within the historic Grade II*-listed Market Building.

The Donmar Warehouse is a leading producing theatre company in London’s Covent Garden. Having acquired a small 19th Century warehouse building in nearby Dryden Street, the theatre wanted to convert it for rehearsal, education and support facilities. The challenge was to design a convivial and creative professional working environment within…

The project is to refurbish and extend a Grade II-listed building in the centre of Dorchester’s urban conservation area to create a ‘Collections Discovery Centre’ for the Dorset County Museum. The development will create new facilities for display, education, research and the storage of reserve collections in a basement at…

The project is a conversion of a large, leaky 1960s warehouse into a calm and light-filled south London studio/workshop/gallery/office space for the ceramics artist and writer Edmund De Waal, author of The Hare with Amber Eyes.

This project was a new-build school for the London Borough of Havering. The design was based on the Exemplar School principle developed by Walters & Cohen and Mark Skelly in 2003, locating all the classrooms adjacent to a central heart space and roof play decks, and was developed to accommodate…

Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education is creating an exciting new learning environment and student accommodation for its pupils. Skelly & Couch has been appointed to undertake full mechanical, electrical and environmental design for the pioneering project.

The Farmiloe Building is a Clerkenwell landmark, once home to lead and glass merchants George Farmiloe & Sons, and central to London’s heritage of trade and commerce. An exemplar of the finest Victorian architecture, completed in 1868 by Browne & Robinson, the Farmiloe Building features an italianate palazzo-style frontage, executed…

Surrounded by natural landscape on the eastern fringe of Hampstead Heath, north London, this spectacular contemporary house within the Highgate Conservation area replaces a down-at-heel 1950s house of two storeys.

Building on the resounding success of UP Projects’ pilot Floating Cinema 2011 project, Duggan Morris Architects won the Open Architecture Competition to design the next phase of the acclaimed venture, conceived to offer a permanent lifespan on the water.

Skelly & Couch was appointed to provide technical input for the masterplan and outline planning application for future developments at the City of London Freemen’s School, a co-educational day and boarding school located in Ashtead Park, Surrey.