Here are some articles concerning the MBA architects in London, Wimbledon on the topic of housing
Beulah Hill Care Home
An exceptional new care home under constrution at Beulah Hill South LondonRead more.
Amidst the pandemic, construction continues efficiently on the new 59 bed residential care home at Beulah Hill in South London.
This will provide a home for you as you get older and require more help whilst preserving your dignity and enjoyment of every moment of life.
Perched on top of a hill, the site has fantastic views north east towards the City and south west over the rolling hills of Surrey.
A simple question
This is a place designed around a simple question: if you sold a house to come and live here, and, knowing you would come out horizontally, is this a place you would wish to live? The rooms are arranged around a generous three sided courtyard open side to the south. The courtyard encloses a sensory garden, a garden of delights, designed by Jonathan Cook Landscape Architects, whom we met whilst working at St Hilda’s College, Oxford.
The first images show the outside of the courtyard, north and east elevations. The third the courtyard itself.
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Archery Road – first phase houses occupied
Archery Road, first phase is now occupiedRead more.
The first phase houses at Archery Road at St Leonard’s upon Sea are now occupied.
Site photos from 24 June 2020 show the outside spaces beginning to take shape, and the first houses at the corner of Quarry Hill being lived-in an enjoyed.
Largest development since the Burtons
This is the largest development in Burton St Leonard’s since the time of the Burtons. It incorporates a terrace of houses by Decimus Burton, and is surrounded by conservation areas with a Norman Shaw house adjacent.
A sense of place and a view of the sea…
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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.