Studio Egret West working for client Crest Nicholson Regeneration, have received planning permission for two residential pavilions on the edge of the River Avon, as part of their Bath Riverside development.
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On behalf of Anderson Group, Studio Egret West have submitted a planning application to the London Borough of Bexley for the transformation of Erith Quarry.
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Today we submitted a planning application for Millharbour Village, just south of Canary Wharf which will deliver 1,500 homes alongside two schools, two urban parks and a destination playground, commercial and office space.
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Studio Egret West won the competition for this mixed-use project, in April this year. Dubbed ‘The Landing’, the scheme includes 208 new apartments, 30,650m2 of office space and 4,600m2 of retail, restaurant, cafe and bar space, in blocks of 5 to 13 storeys, underground parking and a new public plaza, tentatively named ‘Lantern Circus’.
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Studio Egret West, working with Fielden Clegg Bradley Studios and Grant Associates have together submitted a hybrid application for 2900 homes in North London called the Peel Centre.
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.. Or serious guys take selfies.. David turned 40 and we took him on a lovely day out in the sun. Swimming in the Aquatic Centre, followed by a delicious picnic, prosecco and the biggest birthday cake ever! Then a trip up the ArcelorMittal Orbit before drinks in Hackney Wick.
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After an intense design period we needed a breather. The entire studio hightailed it to the city of Rotterdam and spent an afternoon wandering the city and consuming its architecture and public spaces.
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Studio Egret West is announced as the winner of the RIBA Competition to be the masterplanner and lead architect for a mixed use development to reinvigorate a prominent site in Maidenhead Town Centre.
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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 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.
Work is nearing completion on our Hopyard Studios project down in Greenwich, as part of the wider Movement development by Cathedral Group.
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We held an open day today to explain the preferred masterplan for the regeneration of the Alton estate today in Roehampton.
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It was announced today that The Old Vinyl Factory scheme has been shortlisted in the Place Making Award category of the Property Awards 2014. Continue reading “Happy Valentine’s Vinyl…” »
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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Studio Egret West have just won planning for six family homes on a small site close to Clapham Common. The new buildings arranged as a row of terrace houses, aim to knit back the street fabric with particular attention to joining up with existing buildings, addressing corners, widening pavements and responding to local heights. In contrast to the traditional two-up, two-down arrangement, the main aim of the internal design is to create a family space where the different activities coexist within a larger generous interconnected volume. Continue reading “St Alphonsus Road…” »