The cranked steel frame at our Burton Stone Lane project in York is now installed. This week and next the slim profile Petersen bricks will be built too, with the copper roof being finished in January and project completion in the summer of next year. For more information on the project click here.
We have been working up our proposals for a mews in Hackney. Here is a 1:20 study model in concrete and card. The project will be submitted for planning this summer.
A public exhibition for 'Byron Quarter' our scheme for Harrow Council is being held on Thursday 29th June and Saturday 1st July 2017 at Herga Bowls in Harrow. A map is here and the flyer can be downloaded here.
Periscope is working in collaboration with Mark Projects, Karakusevic Carson Architects, Duggan Morris Architects and Gort Scott Architects to develop a project which re-provides one of the largest leisure centres in the country while delivering hundreds of new homes. We are closely collaborating with Mark Projects on the design of the public spaces, courtyards and rehabilitated park.
Working with Karakusevic Carson Architects our project to build new homes in Enfield has been submitted for planning. The project redevelops one of the Council's depot sites creating 50 new family homes in a new landscape setting. Periscope are responsible for the landscape masterplan which includes informal streets, rain gardens, intimate parking courts for the homes as well as a large new meadow landscape connected by a new bridge over Salmon's Brook to the recently completed SUDS park (and on to the wider cycle quietway).
For more information about the project click here.
We're really excited to be developing our ideas for this residential project in York. The project will use a lattice structure of timber to form the main façade and roof and have a folded timber interior connecting inside to out.
This week we are starting on site this week with our conversion of a wonderful 16th century manor house in Sussex.
Work started on site this week on our conversion of a late Georgian terraced cottage in Stoke Newington. We're transforming a tired, structurally unsound, unloved building into a home for a growing family. The house will comprise a double height rear portion with an expressed butterfly roof and full height glazed screen which will seamlessly connect the landscape to internal spaces within the home.
We've been granted our first planning permission for the grade II listed Old Manor in Sussex. The project reveals the hidden ruins of the 16th century Manor House, creating a garden courtyard and a number of contemporary 'boxes' inserted within and around the ruins. Like a first love, our first planning permission is very special and we are very pleased to have our first very happy clients too.