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Reed Watts Architects, London | Selected Works

 

Kings Road

Our project to refurbish this small terraced house in Kingston is nearly complete. We have installed a mezzanine in the new extension to maximise floor space.


Affordable housing competition

Initial designs for low cost, sustainable housing on a tree lined site in the South west.


Acacia Road

Our second project in Hampton has been submitted for planning.


In praise of shadows

Play of light and shadow on the textured masonry wall.


London Library

A sketch of the Victorian stacks at the London Library – farewell to the Librarian, Inez Lynn.


V&A reception

Our second project for the V&A museum is complete. The new Member’s Reception features a ‘living’ chandelier by Julian Melchiorri.


Commonweal Housing Competition

First view of our winning proposal for an Ideas Competition for Commonweal Housing. The brief calls for new models for temporary housing for vulnerable, migrant workers who would otherwise be homeless. Our solution proposes the use of salvaged construction materials to create individual bedroom pods. More details here.


Rain Forest Green

One of the amazing pieces of marble used in our project at the V&A Museum. The new tunnel entrance opens to the public on Thursday, 29th June.


Work complete

We recently completed work on this property on New Bond Street.  Our refurbishment of the entrance has introduced a wall of bespoke marble tiles.


Kingston University End of Year Show

Work by Jim’s students from Unit 5 of the MArch course at Kingston University is on display at the Knights Park Campus, Grange Road. The exhibition runs until 21st June.


Greenskythinking

We’ve been exploring ideas for new housing models. This idea, which won a prize at XCO2’s Greenskythinking competition, makes the most of under-utilised spaces, such as sites landlocked by railways. It uses pre-fabricated homes delivered by rail, with energy supplied from PVs on the track. Our proposal shows how redundant rolling-stock can be converted to 1 and 2 bedroom homes.
Our submission can be viewed here.


Park life

We’re gearing up for a couple of buildings in our Royal Parks – Open Air Theatre in Regent’s Park and Teddington Cricket Club in Bushy Park. Both projects will use pre-fabricated timber framing to enable quick builds and a low carbon footprint. They have also been featured in the Architect’s Journal – here.


Guest appearance at the NLA

Matt and Jim made an unannounced appearance at the NLA‘s recent conference, Housing Innovation: New methods of construction and delivery. Russ Edwards from Pocket Living gave a talk about their use of modular construction – including a picture of our scheme in Barking.


Fritillaria, Tulip or bay leaf?

Milled, marble tile prototyping has been concluded for our project in New Bond Street – thanks to STF London.  Work begins on site in March.


Work in progress – Hampton

An old grapevine is preserved on our Hampton site as building work gets underway.


Planning permission for a new studio

We’re delighted to confirm that planning permission has been granted for a new rehearsal studio, kitchen and offices at the Open Air Theatre in Regent’s Park. More info here.


First Birthday

Reed Watts is a year old, and what better way to top of the year, than a new commission from the Victoria & Albert Museum. The project will build on our experience of bold but sympathetic refurbishment at Shoreditch Town Hall and New Bond Street. More details soon.


Work in progress – Caterham

Wood burner being tested for a residential refurbishment project in Caterham, Surrey.


Pocket Living

We are excited to be working with Pocket Living on a new affordable housing scheme in Barking. Pocket Living sells well designed and affordable, compact 1 bedroom homes to local first time buyers at at least 20% below market value. They are working with over half of London boroughs but this is their first project in Barking and Dagenham. Around a quarter of Pocket Living’s home are delivered through modular construction to speed up delivery, improve quality and reduce disruption to local residents and we are exploring how this technique could be used on this scheme.


Teahouse Prototype

A 1:2 prototype for a Japanese teahouse made by Unit 5 students from Kingston University whilst staying at FabCafe, Hida, Japan. The unit is run by Jim Reed (Reed Watts Architects) and Takeshi Hayatsu (6a Architects).


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