At Temperley Road we have transformed a typical London Victorian terrace house to create a highly energy efficient and spacious family home that retains the familiar features of the traditional terraces we all treasure.
We are very proud that Rob Adams, founder of Adams+Collingwood Architects, has been invited to feature in London Build's inspiring 'Humans of Construction' gallery on 27-28 November.
We are pleased to see our two new build multi-generational homes in the Hampshire countryside gaining further acclaim in the press. Hampshire Life magazine has published a lovely interview with the family in their November 2019 edition.
The Adams+Collingwood team are really excited to see the 2019 RIBA Stirling Prize awarded to the sustainable, low budget, council housing scheme by Mikhail Riches with Cathy Hawley. We see their Goldsmith Street project as raising the bar for all new build housing projects and demonstrating that simple forms lend themselves to highly controlled, insulated and air tight building envelopes. Our specialist residential architecture team has long held the belief that these building forms are eminently practical and can be elegant in design.
Thank you to the ever popular magazine Planning in London for featuring our solution to re-establish the Hammersmith Bridge connection while lengthy repairs take place. The magazine selected five entries to feature in their article and we are pleased to be amongst good company.
We are delighted to have received planning consent at the first application for the re-modelling of the first and second floors of a mews house in W11 Ladbroke Conservation Area.
On Women's Equality Day, (26th August 2019), we celebrate Cate Adams, Rob's mother and Tamsin's grandmother. A well-loved and talented architect, Cate worked against the odds to pursue her career in the 1950s and 60s.
Our architectural director Tamsin Bryant is pleased to be a Women in Construction Ambassador at this year's London Build Expo. The event takes place on 27th and 28th November at Olympia London.
Rob was invited to discuss Adams+Collingwood Architects' Terrace Upcycle concept at last week's Future Cities Forum round table about the urban housing dilemma. He was joined by other senior experts from local authorities, engineering, architecture and the mortgage industry to talk about the economics of new build housing and retrofitting existing stock for a low carbon city.
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