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Verticality of the design is highlighted by the white porcelain fins contrasting against the blue terracotta façade
The Merchant Square team at the Dragon Boat Race 2015, Paddington Basin, London.
Design is always at the top of the agenda at RPP…
The dynamic facade of butterfly shaped external fins and full height glazing continues to fly up 1 New Street Square, scheduled for completion autumn 2016.
Park House is a sensitive intervention in the urban fabric, enjoying a comfortable and polite relationship with its neighbours.
External dining terrace to penthouse on the 19th floor with clear views across the landmarks of central London
View looking West along Oxford Street at rush hour.
Learning practical skills to help us understand the materials we use. Our hands-on workshop found the studio bending, joining and soldering copper pipes in Hammersmith.
1 Merchant Square's welcoming valet drop off area designed with internal blue fins to compliment the façade's architectural language
We understand the value of building a culture of cooperation and openness, and actively spreads it throughout the studio.
The richly articulated facade, of high quality materials. An outer layer of GRC inset with bronze anodised aluminium and glass. Striving to create a sense of understated elegance.
Park elevation with its prominent stair towers.
Sparks in the sunset while the roof steelwork installation was underway at 39-45 Gray s Inn Road, our residential scheme currently under construction
View looking west along Oxford Street during construction.
Holmewood enjoys stunning views over the surrounding landscape
Night shot of 1 Merchant Square's dramatic two storey skybar offering 360 degree views of London’s Skyline
Cast Iron Foundry in Grimsby - Fowler+Holden.
A bustling Oxford Street at rush hour with Park House knitting a city block back into the townscape. Image Credit: Charlotte Wood
We are delighted to be listed in The Sunday Times 100 ‘Best Small Companies to Work For' 2015
View from Uxbridge road looking south with the Bush theatre terrace to the east and the start of the canopy and stalls to the west.
Rendered view looking south down Gray's Inn Road showing the important retained and rebuilt frontages
Components for bespoke reception furniture
The strength and clarity of the masterplan’s investment in public realm encourages higher value development and permits a greater degree of expression
A grand entrance and retail base to the tower with generous canopies extending to create a sheltered public realm.
Articulation of the façade where every room has a Juliette or recessed balcony.
View on Market lane looking north from Goldhawk road, showing relationship between canopy, stalls, arches and proposed new residential with retail at ground floor.