We are celebrating planning granted in Ladbroke Conservation Area

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. We have designed a small adjustment to the facade of the building which will increase the number of bedrooms from two to three, of which two will have their own en-suite bathrooms. The project also includes a large family bathroom and dedicated drying room, creating a spacious home for our client's family to grow into. We have put together a fast track programme which will see the works scheduled to complete by May 2020.

Celebrating Women’s Equality Day

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.

Future Cities Forum: Bulldoze or Retrofit?

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.

Find us on Houzz

We are pleased to be a new partner of Houzz; an innovative online community of homeowners, architects, designers, and professionals.

Hammersmith Riverside Completed Project

Adams+Collingwood Architects have recently completed our Hammersmith Riverside project which involved the sympathetic renovation of a Grade II listed building built in the 1750s.

Relative Values featured in Grand Designs Magazine

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.

25 Projects

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.