Month: May 2013

The Power is Back On

  Battersea Power Station has sat derelict and abandoned for more than 30 years, the power station, which is the largest brick building in Europe is now preparing to undergo a huge transformation. The masterplan will bring life back to the station itself and the surrounding area with an exciting mixed-use development. The scheme will rejuvenate… Read more »

Bromley in lights

  Last week, in a South East London multi-storey car park awaiting demolition, members of Bromley council and Developer Cathedral group, were taken to the movies. The car park stands on the site of what will become an exciting mixed use leisure development, to include residential units, restaurants, shops, a hotel and multi screen cinema…. Read more »

‘Things to do in Jeddah #2’

Growing up in pre-Shard London, I worked to the principle that “if I can see it I can walk to it”. This theory first failed me when visiting family in Toronto as a teenager. I stepped out of my cousin’s flat, looked up, located the CN Tower on the skyline and off I set. Several… Read more »

Rest My Case

You can imagine the expectations of a new building rising for the good when plans are presented in a case like this. We developed these in partnership with Bill Amberg for a property developer in New York on the basis that they conveyed a sense of the expertise, care and craftsmanship that would go into… Read more »