Part of the Strand East Masterplan, this water-bound development will transform 26 acres of an historic region in east London into a mixed-use area of offices, homes, restaurants and more. For its part in the project, Skelly & Couch will be involved in two aspects of the masterplan; the development…

The Grade I-listed Theatre Royal Drury Lane, owned and managed by Andrew Lloyd Webber’s company LW Theatres and built originally in 1812, is set to regain its status as the prime venue for musical theatre in London.

This project was to provide a small extension to an existing primary school in the London Borough of Havering and remodel some of the central learning areas to create more interactive learning hearts.

This project provides a new boarding house and hub building for Tring Park School for the Performing Arts, in Hertfordshire. The construction of a new boarding house will increase on-site accommodation, and the new hub building will provide a new reception, administration area, teaching and sixth form facilities for the…

The competition to refurbish and extend the Vajrasana Buddhist Retreat Centre transformed the original retreat – a makeshift collection of farm sheds in the heart of the Suffolk countryside – into a modern haven of spirituality.

The project is the development of a truly universal and multi-functional building for iconic British furniture manufacturer, Vitsœ, a company renowned for its single-minded commitment to responsible design since it was established in 1959.

A practical and contemporary-style pavilion for the visitors of Waddesdon Manor.

The project is to build a new, 135-bed student residential building for the 400-year-old college at its site on Iffley Road, Oxford.

This project is a 75% new build, 25% refurbishment of an existing secondary school located next to a designated green gap between Woodley and Earley in Berkshire.

Skelly & Couch is presently involved in the refurbishment and building extension of the Warburg Institute which will address the building’s infrastructure issues but will also instigate the development of a new lecture theatre of a 1950s library.