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Selected Projects

Arundel Great Court


Newfoundland Quay


Micro-Compact Home

Full Planning Consent at Public Enquiry

This 3 acre site spans between the Strand and the Embankment and offers the opportunity to create an exemplary mixed use development that responds to the setting of the river and this important sweep of the Embankment. Our masterplan concept creates a new palace-like plan with a permeable public realm consisting of a new east-west cross street, arcades, colonnades and an open public courtyard.

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London Docklands

This 58-storey, 218m high apartment building will be located close to the River Thames at the western end of Middle Dock, directly opposite the principal arrival point of West Plaza at Canary Wharf Underground Station.

The slim diamond shape of the tower is determined by the narrow footprint of the site and diagonal alignment of adjacent streets. This optimises pedestrian movement, maintains views and presents a clear and striking new landmark form for Canary Wharf.  

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London, New York, Munich & Zurich

An innovative eco home challenges the lifestyle of single people. Designed as a prototype for student accommodation it was developed to create the first "M-ch" village building in Munich.

The Micro-compact Home may be arranged as a single unit raised above the ground on a light aluminium frame and placed in a garden for private use.  its compact dimensions make it easily integrated with shrubs and trees.

Micro-compact Home may be grouped in horizontal or vertical arrangements in compact clusters, or form larger villages for social or student accommodation or for short-stay business or leisure uses.

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