Morden Hall Park is a 19th century park in South London which is maintained by the National Trust. The project is part Heritage Lottery part INTERREG IVB (EU) funded and was conceived as a demonstration of sustainable renovation practices for historic buildings.
The Battle of Britain National Memorial in Capel-le-Ferne is dedicated to Churchill’s famous “Few” who fought in the skies overhead to keep this country free from invasion. ‘The Wing’ Visitor Centre, is an eye-catching design in the shape of a Spitfire wing, complete with dihedral angle to provide educational and visitor facilities.
Over the last decade we have undertaken numerous projects across the colleges various London campuses. Projects have been diverse both in complexity and type, ranging from major new complex laboratory buildings to the renovation of existing facilities for new lecture theatres.
Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund this unique project saw a transformation of the Brookland site, restoring the original banked circuit finishing straight and providing new display space for the historic aircraft collection.
The clients brief was met through the careful dismantling of the listed Bellman Hanger and reconstructing it in a new location to open up the historic Finishing Straight, which was re-opened by Lord March at the Double Twelve Motorsport Festival on the 17th June 2017, 110 years to the day since the Brooklands Race Track first opened. The restored Finishing Straight, a Scheduled Monument, now connects the famous Clubhouse and Banked Circuit for the first time in 75 years.
4 Pancras Square
Providing circa 177,000sq ft of office accommodation, our recently completed fit-out at Eric Parry Architects RIBA award winning 4 Pancras Square is enabling our client, a globally recognised media company to relocate its 1,000 strong workforce along with a number of sister companies to this growing vibrant corner of London.