Our collection is centred around ‘home’ ; its different forms, hidden in plain sight and the journey we take through it.
The project was to build a south facing, upside-down, partially underground, passive, airtight, low-energy, infill-urban brutalist home, that would allow our family to stay within our local community.
Zac Monro Architects, 2019
Awards ceremony / Drop in
Welcoming visitors to Angel Edmonton to explore a number of newly developed places and spaces that are helping steward the area through significant change. Delivered by Enfield Council with support from the Mayor of London.
Jan Kattein + Fisher Cheng, 2023
A victorian mid terrace house with a dark blue exterior and a zany tiled front garden. Full of original features without being dictated by the era, colour continues inside with a yellow rubber floor in the kitchen.
Natasha Landers (Designer), 1910
Jermaine Gallacher is an interior designer, product designer and design dealer renowned for his offbeat and distinctive style. His home within a nineteenth century Peabody block, houses his extensive personal collection.
John Douglas, 1886
We will Solve the Riddle, Match the House and Freeze the Art, where you will all have the opportunity to interact with and contribute to a live art piece. Our aim is for you to leave with a renewed sense of home and the ability to reimagine what home means to you.
Building tour for a house_Ikigai _12 Hickin Street
Studio9 Architects, 2022
A contemporary extension to the Lexi Cinema, providing a 2nd screen. The building is a composition of brick and stainless steel; a nod to the parapets of surrounding terraces and reflecting the ever-changing sky above.
RISE Design Studio, 2021
historical house, monument, miscellaneous, community/cultural
Grotto with mineral decoration is last remaining part of Alexander Pope's villa built 1720. The villa was demolished 1808 and replaced and redeveloped many times in following years but Pope's Grotto remains.
Alexander Pope, William Kent, 1720
architectural practice, offices, residence
Set in a Grade II listed Georgian townhouse, Tonkin Liu's studio has been extended. Designed and built by the practice, an innovative timber roof and reflecting pool gathers the bouncing rain, to make it a good place to be on a bad day.
Tonkin Liu, 2017
Built 1863 - a large corrugated iron chapel. Inside was transformed after the last war into a battleship by local sailors for Sea Cadets. It has decks, portholes a Bofors Gun and alter from the set of the 1964 film Becket.