Location: Putney, London
A virtually new building, with only the structural frame remaining after its transformation from 1950s warehouse and shed to apartments, shops and houses. The design is intended to evoke the Arts & Crafts period, contemporary with the Edwardian context of the location on a busy road near the River Thames. The deep site suggested the arched entrance, leading to a parking area, gardens and 3 new houses. The facades are composed of handmade brick, natural Bath stone, bespoke joinery and ironwork. The penthouse extension conceals a roof garden. Architects: Jack Warshaw, Stephen Mooring.