A new Day House for St John’s Independent School in Leatherhead, Surrey. The building is one of a number of projects Skelly & Couch have worked on for the school as part of its delivery of a five-year masterplan for the campus. It was delivered along with the conversion and…

The swimming pool, along with changing rooms and a multipurpose teaching and events space, is one of many phases of a site-wide energy masterplan developed by Skelly & Couch for the school, which features a CHP district heating network, sustainable technologies and a focus on passive strategies.

Command of the Oceans, a major, multi-award-winning project for Historic Dockyard Chatham, has secured the repair and preservation of a range of The Historic Dockyard’s Scheduled Ancient Monuments and of the 18TH century HMS Namur archaeological find, The Ship’s Timbers.

Skelly & Couch is presently working with 2013 Stirling Prize –winning architects Witherford Watson Mann on an impressive new four-storey almshouse which is fit for the 21st Century.

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 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…

Located in the heart of the centre of Cambridge and situated within the Cambridge Historic Core Conservation Area, Emmanuel College comprises over 25 structures which are designated from Grade II listed through to Grade I. With the site having an abundance of history since its founding in 1584 and with…

The project involves a 2-phase redevelopment of a BREEAM ‘excellent’-graded block of offices on Cambridge Heath Road in Bethnal Green. A whole life carbon approach to design significantly reduces both embodied and operational carbon. 

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