The following are a range of articles on conservation, heritage, education, public, commercial, religious, residential and urban design by architects firm in London, Wimbledon, Marcus Beale Architects
Sustainable Retrofit Family Home – Completed
Upper Green Mitcham
New mixed use development in Mitcham by MBARead more.
Updated designs for a new mixed use project at Upper Green Mitcham have been submitted to Merton Council. The project will create 20 new flats plus a large retail/restaurant unit in Mitcham town centre, between the Fair Green and Three Kings Pond.Read less.
MBA are advising York based practice DC-Architecture on the design of a new hotel near York’s historic Micklegate Bar. Following research into the history and development of the site and surroundings, and drawing inspiration from York’s surviving timber framed medieval buildings, a new design was developed with strongly rhythmical jettied elevations using untreated vertical larch fins with lime rendered panels between. The design makes the most of the slightly curved frontage of the site, provides a varied roof line, and breaks up what might otherwise have been a monolithic frontage into a series of smaller pavilions. The elevation reflects the roof form and layout of the hotel behind, which opens onto a small central garden courtyard accessed through an arch from Micklegate itself.Read less.
Arterberry Road, Wimbledon – completed.
Archery Road, Hastings
Archery Road: a new district in St Leonard’s. Over a hundred new homes, centered around the Archery Ground. Snapshots of the Gemselect development from 30 May 2019. It’s all about sea views.Read less.
New College Oxford, Kimber Wing
Ludgate House Dome
Works continue on re-roofing the cupola at Ludgate house, London. The work involves fitting copper sheeting over a complex domed and scrolled roof at the corner of Ludgate Hill and Farringdon Street in the City of London.Read less.
Private House in SW London – Works on site
The superstructure and green roof are completed at this location. Courtyard landscaping is progressing well. Internally, first fix is almost complete. The project is expected to complete in May.Read less.