The existing 5th floor costume workshop department at the Grade II*-listed National Theatre is undergoing a full refurbishment to meet up-to-date compliance requirements and better meet the needs of the costume workshop users.

This competition-winning project is the provision of new student accommodation (100 bedrooms) and facilities for Gradel Quad at New College, Oxford.

A BREEAM Outstanding new Junior School for a leading independent education trust.

The home of the touring theatre company for young people with complex disabilities, Oily Cart, is located within the Annexe of a Grade II-listed school in South London (Smallwood School) and recently underwent a refurbishment, with a large part of the existing building fabric retained.

The two-part project is a redevelopment of back-of-house spaces followed by a new-build six-storey extension to the rear of the world-famous Grade II*-listed theatre in London’s Waterloo.

ORTUS is a stunning, multi-award-winning learning and events centre in Camberwell, south London, adjacent to the world-renowned Institute of Psychiatry, Maudsley Hospital and King’s College London. It was named building project of the year (up to £10 million) in the 2014 British Construction Industry Awards and won a 2014 RIBA National…

Paradise Gardens is a multi-award-winning sheltered residential development consisting of six family homes surrounded by communal landscape gardens, at the heart of Ravenscourt Village in Hammersmith. The development transformed a former constricted, derelict yard, which is visible from all sides by neighbours, and lies within Starch Green conservation area next…

This project involved designing a new Performing Arts Centre for the EPC A-rated, Perse School in Cambridge.

The original 40-year-old Polka Theatre in Wimbledon was the first UK theatre venue dedicated exclusively to children. This project features a refurbishment of the theatre with an added extension to the rear of the building led by Foster Wilson Size Architects.

An outstanding new public space for London run by a community enterprise.

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