Walwick Hall

Nestled in the scenic landscape of rural Northumberland, Walwick Hall is a Grade II-listed country hotel located in a one hundred acre Georgian estate. The site is situated within the World Heritage Site Hadrian’s Wall Buffer Zone, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).

Polka Theatre

The 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 being led by Foster Wilson Architects.

Talent House/Sugar House Island Primary School

Development of studios for two urban culture organisations and a 2FE Primary School.

National Theatre Costume Workshop

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.

RHS Garden Wisley - National Centre for Horticultural Science and Learning

The development represents the first-ever dedicated UK centre of scientific excellence in horticultural and environmental science, horticultural taxonomy and plant health. Skelly & Couch is providing energy modelling, environmental design, and daylight and overheating analysis for an international scientific research, visitor, exhibition and archive building at RHS Wisley in Surrey.

High House Artists' Studios

High House Artists' Studios is a new-build development of affordable artists' studios as part of High House Production Park in Purfleet, Essex.

Floating Cinema

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.

Edmund de Waal Studio and Gallery

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.

Alfriston School Swimming Pool

The project was to build a new swimming pool and refurbish an existing hall for a secondary-age Special Educational Needs (SEN) Girls' School in Buckinghamshire immediately next to the Greenbelt. The brief was to provide a landmark building that would raise the profile of the school and provide facilities that could be used by staff, pupils, parents and the local community alike.

Quarantine House

The project is the provision of a new containment and quarantine facility at the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew. This was the first building of its type in the world and a large part of the project was understanding and defining the brief to allow the building to function within the requirements under Kew’s DEFRA license, as well a commercial venture for use by external clients, and as a key operations building.  

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