Just in time for Valentine's Day. We were delighted to be included on a short-list to design a new flower kiosk for New Bond Street in Westminster. Our proposals saw the creation of a curated object covered in bloom that allowed the stallholders to open and close the kiosk without packing and unpacking the flowers in the morning and in the evening.
Denizen Works were short-listed from over 60 entries to develop designs for a new 16-unit housing scheme in Clapton. The design takes material prompts from the surrounding architecture and re-created a lost landmark for the local area in the form of a clock tower.
We had an exciting visit to Darwen Terracotta this week to see the first firing of our faience tiles for the front of Haddo Yard in Whitstable. Looking forward to seeing them in place in the next month or so.
As part of the South Bank Centre's Nordic Season, Denizen Works were commissioned to develop designs for a series of Lego shelters for the roof of the South Bank. Our ideas were a take on a traditional Nordic Lavvu and are of scales for toddlers' play to spaces for discussion and debate.
2016 has been a great year for the office and we look forward to bringing you some of the exciting projects we are working on early in 2017.
DMI 2017 /
We are delighted to have made the short-list for Don't Move, Improve 2017. We won an award last year, so have our fingers crossed that we can pick up a prize again this year for Valhalla.
Denizen Works have been short-listed to develop a concept scheme for 16 new dwellings in East London for Hackney Council. We hope to bring more news on this exciting development soon.
Denizen Works are delighted to have received planning approval and listed building consent for a major addition to a pair of listed cottages in Shoreham, Kent. We are looking forward to developing the detailed design and getting the project to site in the coming months.
Denizen Works are delighted to have made it on to the long-list for a new dining hall at Homerton College in Cambridge. There were over 150 entrants to the competition and the list of 24 architects for the next stage is strong. You can read a bit more about the Malcolm Reading organised competition here.
We are delighted to have gained planning permission for our second new home on the Isle of Tiree in Scotland. The project is progressing well and we hope to start on site in the early Autumn. You read a bit more about the house on the AJ website here.
We received planning approval for a large addition to an existing cottage overlooking Loch Earn this week. More to come soon.