The Arts Centre at the Lady Eleanor Holles School won a 2014 RIBA London award. The project was to build a new music and art department, a new 350-seat purpose-built theatre and some new teaching accommodation for a leading independent girls’ school in London.

Planning permission has been granted for the demolition of existing buildings to make way for a major mixed-use development in the centre of Maidenhead.

With a mission to accelerate the move to a low carbon economy, the Low Carbon Workplace partnership chose Mansel Court as one of its first flagship commercial projects, transforming a down-at-heel, 1970s concrete and steel framed block opposite Wimbledon High School into a prestigious, contemporary office building. 

An exemplary new teaching hub for Science, Technology and Innovation.

Refurbishment and update of Grade II-listed Science Buidling for historic boarding school.

Constructed in the 1970s, Mountbatten House is an office building undergoing a full Cat-A fit-out refurbishment. The project proposes to completely replace and upgrade all MEP services throughout the Grade II listed building whilst allowing for phasing in the MEP design to allow the site to be occupied during the…

Skelly & Couch has been working on the construction of a spectacular new home for the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts on a site behind the Stirling Prize-winning Peckham Library in south London.

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.

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.

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