Rooftop extension and infill of an existing housing estate along the Old Kent Road, Southwark.
Refurbishment and extension of the existing Grade II listed building at the iconic Tower Bridge of London.
A mixed-use development on a former brownfield site in South London, providing 202 new homes and a series of vibrant new work spaces.
Pattern House, with its interlocking apartments, is an exploration of the relationship between repetition and variety.
Situated on a highly sensitive greenfield site at the edge of the village, this new-build school was designed to nestle into the surrounding landscape, tucking into the slope to the north and discreetly sheltered by a new earth bund to the south.
Working with our Dutch partners IAA, we delivered a scheme in which the new and old are simultaneously linked.
This single storey pavilion replaces a derelict public convenience and is designed to sit modestly alongside a small garden, framing views of a listed statue and The Shard beyond.
Space Craft Architects' design for a new 2-form entry primary school, nursery and associated playgrounds on a greenfield site in Shoeburyness.
The re-modelling, modernisation and extension of an existing school to provide generous state-of-the-art teaching and support spaces for all years from Nursery through to Year 6.
This mixed use scheme includes 18 affordable homes above a new community centre and estates office and is a contemporary interpretation of the form and materials of the earlier buildings within this established housing estate.
One of Space Craft's latest project for the refurbishment and extension of the existing Grade II listed Bridgemaster’s House, consolidating all current uses within one building.
A conversion of this nineteenth century Grade II listed cotton mill into a rich mix of 44 apartments.