“A well considered reinvention of the traditional mews house for contemporary London living”
Cannon & Kirk
The brief in Rose & Crown Yard is to replace two poorly set out flats arranged over garages and a redundant electricity sub-station. The proposed new development is for two terrace houses arranged over basement, ground and two upper floors. Each is complete with a secure garage space.
The scheme, set in the context of the mixed-use commercial and domestic London mews, adopts a simple brick form with carefully proportioned windows and façade. Natural light is a premium in this location, thus great care has been given to roof lights as well as boosting the outline of façade windows.
Release Date: Planning consent granted Summer 2017, Completion due Spring 2019.
Built in 1937 as an extension to Shoreditch Town Hall, this former civic building has been thoughtfully converted into serviced office and…
JWA, founded by James Wells is a dedicated team of architects who relish the challenge of dealing with technically demanding schemes. The practice focuses on high quality architectural and interior design work.