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Youth Centre: An Attractive, Two-Storey, D1-Classified Youth Centre with Sustainable Design Principles

Located in West London, Youth Centre is an awesome project by WindsorPatania Architects. It is an attractive, two-storey, D1-classified youth centre with three key aims: sustainable design principles, inspiration from Japanese architecture, and a message for future generations.

House of Fun: A Four-Bedroom House with A Large Private Garden

Located on Highlands Close, House of Fun is a unique four-bedroom house designed by The DHaus Company. This house is originally built in the 1980s and it becomes the subject of a recent extension by the architect. With a large private garden, it is a house that offering a comfortable place for living.

Sister’s House: A Modern Loft with A Full-Width Crittall Curtain Wall

Located in North London, DHaus Company has been opened up every part of Sister’s House. It is a dated piece of residential architecture that is transformed into a modern loft. With a full-width Crittall curtain wall, the back wall of the living room is completely opened to allow beautiful outside views.

272 GA: A High Impact Office Building Retrofit with A Contemporary Workspace

With 3,800 sqm in size, 272 GA is a model for light touch / high impact office building retrofit located in Chiswick, London. This office building is designed by Material Works Architecture with a cost-effective scheme to create a desirable contemporary workspace. A series of additions and interventions can be created with the design.

Gould Street Brighton: A Single House with A Full-Height Stone Feature Wall

Designed by Martin Friedrich Architects, Gould Street Brighton is a single house located in Brighton. With 417 m2 in size, this house has a full-height stone feature wall that frames its imposing double storey entry. It is also a large house that has a lift to access all levels from the garage up to the roof deck.

Cosham Street Brighton: A Young Family House with Curved Walls of Reinforced Concrete

Located in Brighton, United Kingdom, this single house is designed for a young family who wants to have a playful and full-of-life living place. Cosham Street Brighton is 458 m2 in size with curved walls of reinforced concrete that frame the building. This project has been nominated at the 12th Annual Bayside Built Environment Awards for the Most Creative Design.

Denmark Avenue: Transformation of A Victorian Semi-Detached House with A ‘Period’ Style

Located in Wimbledon, the clients approached Stephen Fletcher Architects to transform their Victorian semi-detached house. The brief for Denmark Avenue is to extend and remodel it, which is completely different from the architect’s previous projects. This house is designed in a ‘period’ style that matches the needs of the clients.

Parsifal Road: Transformation of A Family House with A Small Self-Contained Basement Flat

In 2008, Stephen Fletcher Architects were commissioned to transform a large Victorian semi-detached property in West Hampstead. Parsifal Road had been converted into flats in 1947 and now it becomes a comfortable family house with a small self-contained basement flat.

The Well House: A Family Home with More Efficient Use of the Available Space

Located in Buckinghamshire, the brief of the Well House is to create more efficient use of the available space. This house was a 1930s former stables block that transformed into a family home in the 1980s that sits in a very picturesque valley close to Marlow, Bucks.