Ethical Property Company - the Green House

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. 

Farmiloe Building

Redevelopment of a Grade II-listed Victorian landmark in the heart of London's Clerkenwell

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.

Gascoigne East Estate

Skelly & Couch was appointed for Phase 2 of the ongoing renewal of the Gascoigne East estate in Barking, East London.

Greenwich Design District

Skelly & Couch is contributing robust environmental engineering to a pioneering creative hub of 16 new buildings on the Greenwich Peninsula. The Peninsula is London's largest single regeneration project. 

Half Acre, Brentford

This project is a pair of linked schemes in Brentford, west London catering for the demolition of the former Brentford Police station and its related housing section. In place, the new site will feature the redevelopment of the Watermans Art Centre and also the creation of nearly three hundred homes.

Hall for Cornwall

The project involves the full refurbishment of all public parts of the BREEAM ‘Very Good’-rated Hall for Cornwall and the creation of a new multi-layered auditorium, which will reveal the stunning historic fabric of the building to maintain its core cultural purpose to entertain.

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.

Hoxton Hall

Hoxton Hall is a Grade II*-listed and very rare surviving Victorian music hall located on bustling Hoxton Street in East London. The building is used as a community arts centre.

Jacksons Lane Arts Centre

Founded in 1975 inside a former Wesleyan Methodist church, Grade II-listed Jacksons Lane Arts Centre has played a key role in the development of London’s fringe and community theatre. The latest project upgrades technical and visitor facilities within the complex, which features a 166-capacity theatre, large-scale studio and café-bar, all in need of repair.

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