Adams+Collingwood Architects have recently completed our Hammersmith Riverside project which involved the sympathetic renovation of a Grade II listed building [...]
We are delighted to be featured in the July 2019 issue of Grand Designs Magazine with our recently completed multi-generational home in rural Hampshire for client's Tom and Tori Seeboth and Val Clews.
In 2017 Robert and Tamsin celebrated 25 years of Adams+Collingwood Architects and began work on a publication to commemorate this significant milestone. In their new book, 25 Projects, they have gathered together a collection of their most memorable projects.
Our director Tamsin Bryant was approached by The Times 'Bricks and Mortar' Magazine for a feature raising awareness of the mis-use of the title Architect.
Adams+Collingwood are delighted to have been chosen as a 2019 cover star for Corian CDUK magazine. The accolade is given for the use of Corian in new and unique ways.
We are pleased that Adams+Collingwood recently achieved planning and listed building consent on a Grade II listed building in Bedford Park, W4.
Adams+Collingwood assisted Eaton House Schools with their public consultation this week, following their pre-app and in preparation for the full planning application to be submitted next month.
Adams+Collingwood have a vision to ‘up-cycles’ these houses for 21st century living and future adaptability: Our recently completed project in Balham showcases our ideas that add valuable additional living accommodation and helping to solve our current housing crisis whilst retaining and reviving a valued London housing typology.
A multi-generation family commissioned these two new homes in rural Hampshire in 2015. Their brief to Adams+Collingwood Architects was to realise their family dream and design a pair of sustainable houses for three generations to make their home.
Adams+Collingwood are delighted to present our re-modelling of a 1990's detached house. This stunning one off bespoke house was converted from a flat floored rather boring development build ignoring its steeply sloping site.