© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Name |
caseyfierroarchitectsOffice Profile 2011
© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Contents |
Contents
The Office
The Partners
List of Commissions
Commissions ...
© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | The Office |
Caseyfierro Architects is a practice established in 2006 and
lo...
© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | The Partners |
The Partners
Michael Casey
Michael began his professional
car...
© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Overview |
Studio for Anish Kapoor
Lansdowne Road
Aberfeldy Ne...
© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Studio for an Artist |
Remodelling and extension of a large li...
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Proposed Ground Floor
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Proposed First Floor
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© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects
2009-11
£ 70,000,000
8.6 hectares
London E14
Poplar HARCA
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© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Office Refurbishment |
Complete office refurbishment for the s...
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© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Jasper Morrison – Office + Studio |
2006-2007
£ 500,000
0.3 he...
© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Jasper Morrison – Office + Studio |
Studio on the first floor....
© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Jasper Morrison – Office + Studio |
A long table forms the foc...
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© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Poplar Riverside |
Poplar Riverside
Masterplan
The complete pl...
© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Poplar Riverside |
There are some residential blocks which wou...
© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Chrisp Street Market |
2007-2008
£ 120,000,000
3.5 hectares
Lo...
© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Chrisp Street Market |
In use since December 2007 Langdon
Park...
© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Colonnade |
This project renovates a terrace of London mews bu...
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© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects
2008-2020
£ 35,000,000
10 hectares
London
Poplar HARCA
Office Profile | Commissions | Bromley...
© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Bromley by Bow |
‘Devons Gardens’ will be overlooked by existi...
© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects
2008-2020
£ 45,000,000
3 hectares
London
Poplar HARCA
Office Profile | Commissions | Bow Comm...
© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Rochester Terrace |
2007-2009
£ 150,000
0.2 hectares
London NW...
© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Lincoln Estate |
2008-2009
£ 10,000,000
12 hectares
London E3
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© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Lincoln Estate |
We presented the masterplan to
the residents ...
© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Reshaping Poplar |
2007-2008
£ 1.5 Billion
98 hectares
London ...
© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Reshaping Poplar |
‘Reshaping Poplar’ is a book
which summaris...
© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Reshaping Poplar |
BOW BRIDGE
ABERFELDY
CHRISP STREET
LINCOLN
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© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Reshaping Poplar |
LINCOLN
LEOPOLD
COVENTRY CROSS
CHRISP STREE...
© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Cleveland Street |
2008
£ 200,000
0.15 hectares
London W1
Priv...
© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Name |
Lansdowne Road
Residential
2010
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47 square met...
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© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Garstone Lodge |
2007
£ 1,500,00
3 hectares
Hampshire, UK
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© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Garstone Lodge |
Landscape archeology provides precedent for a...
© 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | How to find us |
Our office is situated in the Upper Holloway area in Isling...
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  1. 1. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Name | caseyfierroarchitectsOffice Profile 2011
  2. 2. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Contents | Contents The Office The Partners List of Commissions Commissions (Selection) How to find us p. 03 p. 04 p. 05 p. 06-30 p. 31 02/39
  3. 3. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | The Office | Caseyfierro Architects is a practice established in 2006 and located in Dartmouth Park, North London. Both partners have gained expertise in the design and delivery of significant large scale projects within the UK. Our design methodology explores projects from both macro and micro scales developing solutions from the profound understanding of those issues that constrain or otherwise provide potential, using these to advantage in the final proposition. The resulting architecture is created from the unique context rather than any particular house style. The practice has commissions designing buildings in both urban and rural settings within the UK for clients in the public sector, housing, entertainment, commercial, church and arts as well as for private individuals. The range of projects encompasses private houses to 300 hectare urban master planning concepts. We believe that strong communication is vital in the implementation of any design project. Our aim is to explore all design potentials using all available techniques to represent ideas. We like working in a flexible way using models, animation and conceptual drawings to do so. This often leads to a good dialogue with clients at an early stage of every project. The Office 03/39
  4. 4. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | The Partners | The Partners Michael Casey Michael began his professional career as an architectural draftsman training in Dublin in 1978. On moving to London in 1981 he undertook further part time education to achieve an architectural degree and diploma in 1992. Duringthisperiodof architectural apprenticeship Michael collaborated on the Royal Opera House Extension with Dixon Jones and with Tony Fretton on the Lisson Gallery. In 1995 Michael moved to a position with Herzog & de Meuron in Basel, Switzerland. spending eleven years with the practice. During this time he was part of the management team with responsibility for design and construction of architectural projects in the UK. Victoria Fierro Victoria trained at North London Polytechnic where she gained both degree and diploma in architecture. She was awarded the Governor’s Prize for final year diploma work. Victoria has worked for a variety of firms including Ford+Ford Architects and SOM where she has gained experience in both private housing local authority and commercial projects. Her last collaboration was as a member of the team for Herzog & de Meuron responsible for the implementation of the design for Tate Modern. In April 2006 Victoria and Michael began the practice Caseyfierro Architects. As director of Herzog & de Meuron he was responsible for the London office and projects such as the Millennium project of Tate Modern on the Southbank and Laban Dance Centre in Deptford, awarded the RIBA Stirling Prize for Architecture in 2003 and the Prime Ministers Award for Building in the same year. 0 Collaborators Nadeem Albass Robert Barnett Delphine Bourgouin Hernán Castro Daniel Cohen Roberto Corrêa Ana Sofia Durao Sebastian Hagemeister Henrik Hornung Samuel McDermott Charles Mouchtaris Sabine Rosenkranz 4/39
  5. 5. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Overview | Studio for Anish Kapoor Lansdowne Road Aberfeldy New Village Masterplan Poplar Riverside Masterplan Bromley by Bow Masterplan Bow Common Masterplan Office Refurbishment Commercial Chrisp Street Market Masterplan Colonnade Residential Ian Mikardo Commercial Aberfeldy Masterplan Bow Bridge Masterplan Coventry Cross Masterplan Rochester Terrace Residential Mandela Street Commercial Devons Estate Masterplan Commissions Selection 2010 2009 2008 2007 Manorfield School Commercial Lincoln Estate Masterplan Ailsa Street Masterplan Reshaping Poplar Masterplan Bow Lock Masterplan Cleveland Street Residential Jasper Morrison – Office + Studio Commercial Treehouse Commercial Children’s Play Centre Commercial Private House Residential Teviot Estate Masterplan Belsize Lane Residential Palace Court Gardens Commercial Office Commercial Garstone Lodge Residential 2006 05/39
  6. 6. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Studio for an Artist | Remodelling and extension of a large light industrial unit to create one of the largest studio and private gallery spaces in London. The first space you encounter upon entering the building is the ground floor studio. This will be an ‘as-found’ space that retains it’s light industrial character and rough material qualities. The second of the three new gallery spaces created will be a pristine white painters studio with baffled rooflights and a polished concrete floor. Finally, at the rear of the building, the removal of a large section of the first floor and the introduction of expansive north facing clerestory windows will create a new double height show space of approx 8 Meters. The exterior of the building will be subject to a ‘little touch’ renovation to retain it’s industrial character but with the introduction of a few large glazed elements that will suggest it’s new use. Much of the external clutter will be removed and a few unneeded windows carefully bricked up to create a tough and simple background to the new very modern, delicate interventions. The new extension to the rear will create a new plant room and garage. The new brick flue mimics the size and scale of an existing chimney stack on Madrigal Lane while the new brick extension itself completes the corner of the site. Studio for Anish Kapoor Commercial 6/39
  7. 7. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Name | Proposed Ground Floor 7/39
  8. 8. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Name | Proposed First Floor 8/39
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  10. 10. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects 2009-11 £ 70,000,000 8.6 hectares London E14 Poplar HARCA Office Profile | Commissions | Aberfeldy New Village | Aberfeldy New Village Masterplan The red buildings in the above model show the existing ones thawt are supposed to be demolished whereas the blue ones below are our new proposals. The proposal will, reorganise, part redevelop and redefine a New Aberfeldy Village Centre. The work will involve the refurbishment of the best, existing blocks together with the redevelopment of those buildings in the worst state of disrepair. A range of new homes will be designed to introduce a more diverse tenure mix. An increase in residential density will help to sustain the improved retail offer and reinforce community facilities. Dispersed, but complementary uses, such as the health and community centres and retail units will be relocated and, where appropriate, combined into ‘clusters’ of new buildings to provide a more sustainable and improved service to local residents. New, more convenient and safe access into and out of the area will be introduced with new crossings and bridges sited on better defined routes. The problematic servicing arrangements will be dealt with. Open space and children’s’ play areas will be reorganised and relocated to provide better quality and more usable space. The overall objective is to create a new, high quality centre providing a vibrant focus and a catalyst to stimulate investment and momentum for the wider regeneration of this part of Poplar Riverside. 010/39
  11. 11. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects 0Office Profile | Commissions | Aberfeldy New Village | 1.8m 11/39
  12. 12. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Name | BLACKWALLTUNNELNORTHERNAPPROACH BLACKWALLTUNNELNORTHERNAPPROACH A - 07.12. revision o 2-storey m risk, revis along A13 Propos F B - 16.02 Revision Thesus H arrangem Energy ce © A M 1:1 scale project address description revision 56 Winton Tel: 00 44 CASE revision scale project address description revision 56 Winton Tel: 00 44 CASE revision DRA C - 16.03. Revision o Site boun 12/39
  13. 13. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Name | 1.8m 4.3m 13/39
  14. 14. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Name | 4.6m 1.8m 4.3m 4.3m 14/39
  15. 15. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Office Refurbishment | Complete office refurbishment for the sculptor Anish Kapoor. The renovation included the reorganisation of space responded to the need for better work environment and forms the first phase of the wider 2,500msq work shop campus. Office Refurbishment Commercial 15/39
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  17. 17. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Jasper Morrison – Office + Studio | 2006-2007 £ 500,000 0.3 hectares London E2 Jasper Morrison Ltd. Located in Shoreditch a redundant brick workshop building was refurbished and transformed into Jasper Morrison’s design office and studio. The site was accessible via a narrow Dickensian alley originally connecting a terrace of brick housing on whose party walls the present steel workshop and brick construction was built. The collaboration with Jasper led to a sensitive response to the conservation area context. Minimal interventions matched the atmosphere of the built fabric of the existing building. A portion of the existing building interior was sacrificed to make a new city courtyard to provide another type of space. The refurbished building retained the sense of place of the original workshop by specifying rude materials of unfinished rough sawn oak and industrial natural asphalt tiles and where possible the existing structure exposed. Jasper Morrison – Office and Studio Commercial 17/39
  18. 18. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Jasper Morrison – Office + Studio | Studio on the first floor. The challenge was to create a room flooded with light that at the same time assures the resident’s privacy. As a designer dealing with precise shades of colour you always depend on daylight. Therefore we introduced this sober space to evaluate and photograph the designer’s work. A modest design of the interior leaves space for atmospheric furniture. 18/39
  19. 19. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Jasper Morrison – Office + Studio | A long table forms the focal point of the office space surrounded by low level storage units creating an informal light filled atmosphere. 19/39
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  21. 21. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Poplar Riverside | Poplar Riverside Masterplan The complete plan for Reshaping Poplar Riverside is still being developed and requires refinement at a level of detail. Its proposals will introduce structural change where necessary and this will take some time to implement possibly the next 20 to 25 years. However, there are a significant number of schemes ready to start now. The client has decided on some priorities following an investigation of the quality of the housing stock and associated buildings; an appraisal of current community facilities and services, and a critical assessment of the quality of the public realm and layout. Each site has been individually tested in terms of redevelopment potential, decanting requirements and cost/value efficiencies. Taken together they represent a considerable restructuring of this location, however the scheme can be readily broken down into achievable projects. A major problem for Brownfield is the physical barrier to movement caused by the A12 major road to the east. This severely restricts pedestrian access into and out of the area towards the future Lower Lea Valley Park isolating its community and hindering the area’s growth and regeneration. 0 2008-2020 £ 210,000,000 30 hectares London Poplar HARCA 21/39
  22. 22. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Poplar Riverside | There are some residential blocks which would be best demolished to make way for new development and help achieve a necessary reorganisation in the layout of the area. The regeneration strategy provides the opportunity to improve existing estate roads transforming from car centric spaces by introducing more trees, traffic calming and planting so the spaces between the existing housing buildings are resident friendly. 022/39
  23. 23. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Chrisp Street Market | 2007-2008 £ 120,000,000 3.5 hectares London E14 Poplar HARCA Chrisp Street is located a short distance to the north of Canary Wharf which is developing beyond the civil engineering barriers of Aspen Way and DLR tracks towards this part of London. The conceptual masterplan explored a number of strategies provoking understanding about how the site could be developed. The site is physically disconnected from its neighbouring areas. The concepts showed by scale of development the established market area could once more become a destination for Eastenders and become reconnected meaningfully to the surrounding changing area. The client through this positioning work had manifested the potential for this part of Poplar to developer partners. Chrisp Street Market Masterplan 23/39
  24. 24. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Chrisp Street Market | In use since December 2007 Langdon Park DLR station shows how well a newly built station works and is accepted by the people. It is an inspiring example in order to restructure and redesign All Saints Station as well. Being in walking distance to Canary Wharf our proposed new Chrisp Street would become a magnet for the local area. Chrisp Street with its exposed position and its traditional market has the potential to become one of the most vibrant places in Poplar. 24/39
  25. 25. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Colonnade | This project renovates a terrace of London mews buildings within the Conservation Area of Bloomsbury. The architectural response explored working with the existing London Stock brick façade. The previously restored and layered brick surface was further enhanced with a new layer of facade arrangement of windows resulting from a new internal layout. The design intent was a new London Terrace but contemporary in design. 2008-2010 £ 1,500,000 London WC1 Private developer Colonnade Residential Existing mews building elevation 25/39
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  27. 27. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects 2008-2020 £ 35,000,000 10 hectares London Poplar HARCA Office Profile | Commissions | Bromley by Bow | Bromley by Bow Masterplan The client has already invested a considerable effort in preparing scheme options for sites and has engaged with the local community in detailed consultation. Development opportunities on land not in Poplar HARCA’s ownership have also been considered, principally to ensure the final result is properly coordinated and complementary. The aim of the Stroudley Walk project is to create a vibrant new housing quarter with a dense urban structure organized around the re-introduction of the original street patterns of the historically important center of Bow Bromley. The re-opening of Stroudley Walk for traffic will provide significant improvements to connectivity north south in Bow Bromley and allow potential additional bus routing to occur. 27/39
  28. 28. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Bromley by Bow | ‘Devons Gardens’ will be overlooked by existing and new residential blocks and has the opportunity to be combined with Bromley by Bow Gardens and the garden of Kingsley Hall making one local park. The regeneration strategy provides the opportunity to improve existing estate roads transforming from car centric spaces by introducing more trees, traffic calming and planting so the spaces between the existing housing buildings are resident friendly. aseyfierroarchitects 9 The scheme proposal will afford the opportunity to enhance and reorganize the centre of Devons Estate to create ‘Devons Gardens’ helping to transform the estates character. ‘Devons Gardens’ will be overlooked by existing and new residential blocks and has the opportunity to be combined with Bromley by Bow Gardens and the garden of Kingsley Hall making one local park. increase decrease existing usable and accessible open space 0 ha 0.65 ha % new usable and accessible open space Accessible open space changes new communal space increase decrease existing communal space 0.2 ha 0.4 ha +100 % Communal space changes new green spaces existing green spaces BROMLEY BY BOW GARDENS DEVONS GARDENS POWISGARDENS 28/39
  29. 29. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects 2008-2020 £ 45,000,000 3 hectares London Poplar HARCA Office Profile | Commissions | Bow Common | Bow Common Masterplan Proposals in this location range from refurbishment of homes through to the complete redevelopment of large areas to provide a mix of new affordable and for sale housing. They include the development of family homes in appropriate locations whilst increasing residential densities in others. Development proposals seek to provide a better balance of tenures and include investment to bring forward community facilities such as new health centres and community centres as well as improvements to schools. New open space and infrastructure is also identified. © caseyfierroarchitects 13 Reshaping | Bow Common | Pr.17 Devons Road Greens | Making a Sustainable Community The project is a single phase of the incremental improvement of Lincoln area. ‘Devons Road Green’ project is dedicated to improving the green strategy on Devons Road and Lincoln through taking the collection of existing green spaces and making a green link space connecting them together and balancing the perceived loss of the non defined green space on Fern Street where family housing is introduced. Sumner House to the south of Devons Road is refurbished to a high standard improving the street environment. Amenity sports and leisure Retail Health centers Community facilities Schools All Hallows Church The Lighthouse Baptist Church Clara Grant Primary School Play Ground Linc Centre Sure Start Queen Mary Day Nursery DEVONS ROAD FURZE GREEN WHITETHORN GREEN 12 Reshaping | Bow Common | Pr.17 Devons Road G The schem opportunit introduce b connecting helping to the parts. The new sp and new re new valuab presence o existing usab accessible o space 0.13 h WHITETHORN GREEN Accessible existing comm space 0 ha Communa new green spa existing green DEVON S ROAD FURZE GREEN 29/39
  30. 30. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Rochester Terrace | 2007-2009 £ 150,000 0.2 hectares London NW1 Private client Located in Rochester Square Conservation Area, Camden Town this project resolved the clients wish to extend a family house whilst respecting a Mulberry tree in the garden. The tree is one of the oldest specimens in the capital dating from the seventeenth century with a preservation status. Care was taken to restrict foundation intrusion and disturbance to maintain a healthy environment for continuing wellbeing of the tree. The interior of the house had been extensively remodelled in the 1960’s. Rochester Terrace Residential 30/39
  31. 31. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Lincoln Estate | 2008-2009 £ 10,000,000 12 hectares London E3 Poplar HARCA This study explored possibilities of selective demolition of poorly constructed housing stock providing potential for a new green amenity space strategy of “Green link” spaces and significant new green spaces with mixed tenure housing development. The study explored how needed public realm improvements on Devons Road could be instigated and what scale of demolition over a twelve year period could be considered to achieve this aim. Lincoln Estate Masterplan Many of the existing buildings are very poorly built. They need improvement in terms of eco-friendliness. New buildings would incorporate up to date techniques in heating systems, insulation and double glazing windows. 31/39
  32. 32. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Lincoln Estate | We presented the masterplan to the residents in order to share proposals with them. In this project it was particularly important to work with the residents and to listen carefully to their problems and aspirations. 32/39
  33. 33. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Reshaping Poplar | 2007-2008 £ 1.5 Billion 98 hectares London E3 + E14 Poplar HARCA Poplar is an area of deprivation. Reshaping Poplar proposed the ‘Making of Places’ creating sustainable communities with new social facilities and amenity spaces. Reshaping Poplar offered a bold approach to bring forward the entire transformation of rundown estates in this part of London through a mixture of refurbishment and renewal. It considers the integrated provision of new and improved education and health facilities. It addresses the introduction of new open space, leisure and community facilities, and recommends additional infrastructure that will better serve and reconnect communities. Reshaping Poplar Masterplan The orange buildings show the potential of the client’s developments whereas the blue buildings show projects outside the client’s land ownership. White areas are the existing which will not change. 33/39
  34. 34. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Reshaping Poplar | ‘Reshaping Poplar’ is a book which summarised the issues and potential of the Poplar area. 34/39
  35. 35. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Reshaping Poplar | BOW BRIDGE ABERFELDY CHRISP STREET LINCOLN LEOPOLD COVENTRY CROSS BROWNFIELD TEVIOT DEVONS BURDETT Empson Street St Andrews Canary Wharf Canning Town Blackwall Reach Star Lane Leamouth East India Dock Wall Three Mills Ailsa Street Poplar Business Path Bow Lock West Ham towards Fish Islands towards Ocean Estate towards Wapping Limehouse Mile End towards Stratford City Bartlett Park 2012 Olympics Poplar Riverside Park Three Mills Park Victoria Park Mile End Park Fat Walk 35/39
  36. 36. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Reshaping Poplar | LINCOLN LEOPOLD COVENTRY CROSS CHRISP STREET BROWNFIELD TEVIOT ABERFELDY BURDETT BOW BRIDGE DEVONS Canary Wharf Canning Town West Ham Mile End Star Lane Empson Street St Andrews Bow Lock Three Mills Limehouse Ailsa Street Blackwall East India Dock Wall Poplar High Street Crossways 2012 Olympics Bartlett Park Langdon Park Furze Green Poplar Riverside Park Three Mills Park Fat Walk 36/39
  37. 37. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Cleveland Street | 2008 £ 200,000 0.15 hectares London W1 Private developer Project to convert a Georgian Mews House into a self contained live/work studio with the main London Street House refurbished with the reintroduction of the original street courtyard and cellar layout. Cleveland Street Residential 37/39
  38. 38. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Name | Lansdowne Road Residential 2010 £ 175,000 47 square meters London N10 Private client Project to convert a garage into a Library/ Garden Room combined with a rear extension to accommodate a Dinning room and Utility area . The new development improves the family social area of the house and creates a new relation between the main house and the new designed garden. 38/39
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  41. 41. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Garstone Lodge | 2007 £ 1,500,00 3 hectares Hampshire, UK Private client Located in the centre of an English Country Estate the clients brief was a contemporary villa for family house of 500 square meters. The site is located in a quite secluded agricultural landscape in Hampshire and on the brow of a gentle sloping hill. The immediate decision was to decide on the extent and shape of the site for the house and garden enclosure once the existing cottage on the site was demolished. The proposed land shaping enclosure for the garden drew inspiration from 17th Century landscape ideas of Ha Ha’s spatially connected fields on all sides to the 2 hectare garden and the pre Roman hill forts typical in the area. The villa itself was on a single floor with accommodation distributed between garden courtyards of differing garden atmospheres. The house is an extension of the new garden. Garstone Lodge Residential 41/39
  42. 42. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | Commissions | Garstone Lodge | Landscape archeology provides precedent for a new site enclosure. Within the enclosure the trees are retained and absorbed into the new garden design providing screening to the north east and the road. These trees will help reducing the overall impact of the future project. We like the idea of creating a ha ha not only for its practical benefits of rabbit control but its appropriateness to historical landscape precedent. 42/39
  43. 43. © 2010 caseyfierroarchitects Office Profile | How to find us | Our office is situated in the Upper Holloway area in Islington, north-west London. You can easily reach us by: Underground The nearest underground station is Archway on the Northern Line. Leave the station by the Junction Road exit, turn right and walk up Junction Road for about 5 minutes. Then turn right into Bickerton Road where you will find Bickerton House on the left hand side after 250 meters. Bus Archway Station is served by the following buses: 4, 11, 17, 40, 43, 134, 263, 271, 390, C11, W5 Rail Upper Holloway Station is on the Gospel Oak to Barking branch of the North London Line. When you leave the station turn left and walk up towards Archway tube station, from there follow the directions as above. Address Phone Internet Email Studio 36 Bickerton House 25 Bickerton Road London N19 5JT + 44 (0)20 7272 6005 www.caseyfierro.com casey@caseyfierro.com How to find us 43/39

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