A model project
A new model for a community pavilion for the Old Freemen’s Association in Ashtead
We are excited to be developing designs for new studios for the Roundhouse in Camden.
We have been invited by the V&A Museum to submit designs for the Raphael gallery. Inspired by Renaissance churches the space will feature a new barrel vault, lined with a tapestry of blue and gold.
Ightham Mote, Sevenoaks
We are developing designs for a new visitor reception and shop for the National Trust at Ightham Mote, Kent.
Little and large
Our project in Barking for Pocket Living – currently looking a bit brutal, before the brickwork goes on.
360 degree photo
This amazing photo is of our site in Bushy Park. Slab now cast. The structural frame arrives next week!! Photo: Marcus Hamilton
Small Project Award
Our latest project at the V&A Museum is shortlisted for the 2019 Architect’s Journal Small Project award. Ours is one of 20 great buildings shortlisted this year, selected from 190 entries. The winning project is announced on 10th April.
BD Architect of the Year Award
We are extremely happy to have been shortlisted for Small Project Architect of the Year.Congratulations to the other shortlisted practices – a very strong field!
It’s been a busy year!
Here’s a snapshot of our completed projects. Thanks to all those who have contributed and supported us in 2018. Look forward to seeing you all next year…
Pods at the 999 Club
We recently installed 10 sleeping pods at the 999 Club night shelter in Deptford. The original Commonweal pod design has adapted to include a bed platform and a slightly smaller footprint. We worked with AJ&B who both milled and installed the structures using fire-treated birch plywood.
Set in Ashtead Park, a Grade II-listed historic park and garden, this new club house for the Old Freemen’s Association responds sensitively to the challenges inherent in this environment. Partially cut into the hillside and clad in weathered timber, the building will be extremely discreet so as to limit its impact.
The original clubhouse was built as a memorial to members killed during the war and the new building will incorporate salvaged materials to provide a tangible link with the old structure.
Reed Watts at the V&A
Excited to be featured in BD today. Our new cafe for Benugo has recently opened in the V&A garden.
A model practice
We have almost three years of architectural models in the office. There were more, but we ran out of space.
Models and prototyping are an important part of our design development process – allowing us to test ideas and to communicate them to our clients in a very direct and tangible way.
Silver medal at Hampton Court
We’re so proud that our little Heritage Shed – built with SHEDx, The Community Brain and our students at Kingston University as a replica of one on the Tolworth Allotment site – has won a Silver Medal at RHS Hampton Court Flower Show.
The SHEDx project encompasses a range of activities to activate and engage the local community of Tolworth to take ownership of their unused and green spaces – to help define and improve the future for their town.
Woodland Studio in the press
“Realised with an acute understanding of the natural environment and the importance of our location in the heart of Regent’s Park, one might be forgiven for assuming that these new buildings have always been a feature of the theatre’s infrastructure.”
New project on site
Now on site is this café pavilion, our third project at the Victoria & Albert Museum. We’ve been working with AJ Wells to develop bespoke cladding panels that will sit beautifully within its Grade I listed courtyard. The new café opens at the end of May.
We spent a day at AJ Wells’s factory on the Isle of White, testing finishes for our new café at the Victoria & Albert Museum. Work starts on site in mid-May.