Formerly offices, this Grade II listed building now provides a collection of 8 luxury individual and highly distinctive converted 1 and 2 bedroomed apartments finished to a high specification throughout providing contemporary accommodation in this convenient town centre location.
COMMUNITY AND CHURCH - CONCEPT PROPOSAL
Our brief was to provide a single span ‘rectangular shed space’ enabling the client to run a variety of activities, in partnership with other agencies.
Designed to serve the needs of both young and old, it will enrich the wider community and create a home for their church.
The new building provides a large auditorium for worship, community gatherings, local concerts, exhibitions and larger conferences or training events, etc. as well as space for Children’s and Youth work, a coffee area and additional rooms for community projects such as CAP, Foodbank, Fare Share, Furniture Recycling, Menshed, etc.
Contract value £ 2.5M
NEW LIFE CHURCH
The proposed relocation of New Life Church from Salvington Road to the corner of Fulbeck Way provides a high quality strategic development and supporting infrastructure, forming an important contemporary landmark building that contributes to the urban expansion and regeneration of the surrounding area.
The proposed development comprises the creation of a place of worship and support facilities with associated parking, pedestrian access and landscaping provision.
Contract sum = £3.7M.
The redevelopment of the Grade II* listed building (c. 1810) in Church Square has been designed for Taunton Vineyard Church in order to develop a unique Compassion and Community Centre in the heart of Taunton.
The scheme opens up part of the central courtyard and will allow public access to the historic archways within the original coach yard area (currently obscured), which are considered to be of significant historic benefit.
This design will demonstrate how the combination of old and new can enhance the environment bringing much-needed regeneration to the locality.
ELPHICKS DEPARTMENT STORE
Following years of preparation together with the brilliant management team of Elphicks, spearheaded by the commercial director, Alan Bushnell, the second stage of works on Elphicks Department store started in June’18.
The internal refurbishment was preceded by a very successful 1st phase extension which added approximately 450m² of retail area and 200m² of new office space. Our project team consisted of
Eleven 10 Architecture - Project co-ordination, design, planning and construction information
Brylane construction - Construction Contractor
Ascribe management services - QS & CDM
Rushmoor Engineering - Structural Design
Octagon Bespoke Joinery have run a highly efficient internal and mechanical and electrical refurbishment project to date. Their expertise in working in a live retail environment and understanding of department store requirements have made them the perfect contractor for the project.
Eleven 10 Architecture - Project co-ordination, design and construction information
Octagon Bespoke Joinery - Shopfitting and mechanical & electrical contractor
Ascribe management services - QS & CDM
Total project cost circa £1,9m
Elphicks Department Store Project Story
This is our presentation for Elphicks
Thank you Alan
2nd Floor extension to provide 8 new apartments
Value £2.5 million
Design Lead Jacob Reyneke
Project start May 2017
Services Design Planning approval obtained Production information Monthly site visits
Contract type JCT SBC
Lanchester Court is located on the north side of Seymour Street. Immediately to the west of the site is the Bayswater Conservation Area boundary and a terrace of Grade II listed buildings.
Planning permission was granted for alterations to the main entrance including the removal of a canopy, replacement of the doors, alterations to the railings and the replacement of the external paving.
The works are considered to enhance the character and appearance of the building through removing unsympathetic elements, which have historically been introduced. The proportions of the principle entrance will be restored and fully appreciated.
ABSOLUTE ABODE EMPORIUM
Absolute Abode Emporium _ Raynes Park
Kirsty McMorron heads the brilliant team of interior designers at Absolute Abode, with whom we have a long standing relationship. She has decided to take their design capability a step further with a combined retail outlet and café, which offers a unique, high end, in shop design and retail experience combined with excellent cuisine.
We have helped Kirsty achieve her vision through our architectural services which included the following:
Planning applications for the extensions, new shopfront and change of use
Technical documentation, design development, construction information and contract management.
We liaise with all the relevant professionals, utilities companies and contractors to bring a broad range of information and issues into one completed project.