Locking Your Vision…

As part of the Saturday Club initiative set up by the Sorrell Foundation, Christophe gave a Masterclass talk to 25 young artists and designers at Sheffield Hallam university. 

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St Mark’s Church…

St Mark’s Church Yard Garden is close to completion. What once was a gated overgrown garden disconnected and detached from the surrounding street is now an open, welcoming space to sit. The railings have been removed, new granite steps installed and a circular GRP bench surrounds the base of a mature oak tree. The community garden has been designed with a palette of materials that will match our St Mark’s Square Public Realm across the street once completed.

Pelton Mews…

This is our proposal for Pelton Mews, a lovely collection of two individual four bedroom dwelling houses and three, two bedroom maisonettes and two, two bedroom apartments. The site is within the London Borough of Greenwich and within the East Greenwich Conservation Area. We are expecting a planning decision on this exciting scheme in May and hopefully will be on site later this year.

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Work with SEW…

Studio Egret West is recruiting. We have opportunities for Architects, Architectural Assistants and Architectural Technicians to work on a range of amazing projects. We are building a team to refurbish an iconic 1960′s London tower; we need creative thinkers with experience of working on the London Underground to help with a  major public transport related project; we need someone with a passion for building beautiful buildings to run the later stages of two projects that are heading to site; and we need someone who understands residential design and how to craft innovative modern homes to work on numerous housing led, mixed use schemes. 
 

Please send an edited portfolio along with a covering letter to our studio manager, Pauline Morgan at Studio Egret West, 40 Compton Street, London EC1V 0BD or email careers@egretwest.com.

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