A major mixed-use development in the heart of Soho, that brings together the creative disciplines of architecture, installation design and graphic design in a truly collaborative process.
Originally founded as a “ragged school” in 1855, this historic Grade II listed building has laid empty and derelict for many years. The proposal sought to provide efficient new wings housing 36 elderly care units; a vital response to the borough’s needs.
As part of the extensive community consultation process for an Earls Court development, three pavilions set within the landscape showcased the quality of the replacement homes for the local community.
Harcourt House is a grand Edwardian Grade II listed apartment building located within Cavendish Square in London’s Marylebone, which now presents 25 generously proportioned apartments and penthouses.
Residential projects should have an identity born out of their local context and site history. Identifying what anchors a design to its site and nowhere else is always our starting point at DMBA. Getting that narrative right is what allows us to guide the planners, local community, stakeholders, and the design team with a clear sense of direction.
This impactful social housing scheme based in Lambeth breaks new ground on multiple fronts. A unique affordable scheme which was grafted within an existing council housing estate, provided 89 council owned units, including much needed family houses.
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