Pedder and Scampton Mini Brochure Domestic 23.03.09


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Pedder and Scampton Mini Brochure Domestic 23.03.09

  1. 1. PEDDER & SCAMPTON ARCHITECTS: DOMESTIC/RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS THE PRACTICE Pedder and Scampton is based in North London and was set up in 1998 as a partnership which was converted to a limited liability company in 2003. The practice undertakes a wide range of projects, community and education as well as residential, ranging in value from about £50,000 to £1.5m. Our domestic work includes refurbishment and extension as well as new build and we have undertaken work on listed buildings as well as many projects in conservation areas. We produce contemporary designs, complemented by the careful repair/refurbishment of original historic fabric where appropriate. Space and budget are often at a premium and we pride ourselves on maximising the potential of both. Garden elevation, house in Hampstead conservation area Extension, listed house in Islington WHAT PEDDER AND SCAMPTON CAN BRING TO YOUR PROJECT Pedder and Scampton take great pains to work closely with their clients to ensure that both the brief and the end project meet the client’s needs. As a small practice, we can ensure that every project gets detailed attention from one of the Directors. We listen hard and respond to each client’s individual comments but we also expect to challenge their initial expectations as to what is achievable – we do not assume that a client’s initial brief would necessarily be the best solution for the project but expect to explore and develop this alongside the client as the project progressed. We work collaboratively with our clients in all of our projects. We have a wide experience of different planning issues and prepare all applications thoroughly – for planning, conservation area and listed buildings consents. We enjoy a high success rate in achieving good consents for our clients. We can provide a full architectural service (usually our preferred option) from initial feasibility studies through design, preparation of working drawings, tenders and administration of the construction contract or we can provide a limited service, for example up to planning or up to submission of the building regulations application with the rest of the work arranged by the client directly with a contractor. This can work well for small projects where the client has a tried and tested builder, but can be a time consuming and often frustrating process for the client in other situations.
  2. 2. We work hard to design individual and user friendly spaces with a quality that belies the tight budgets that frequently apply and expect high standards of workmanship on site. We ensure that the available funds are used carefully and to the greatest benefit and effect. Our clients frequently return to us for further phases of work. New kitchen extension, Bloomsbury Garden room, East Sheen ‘Folly’ Computer generated image of rear elevation and garden, house in Hampstead
  3. 3. REFURBISHMENT AND EXTENSION IN HAMPSTEAD CONSERVATION AREA This project consisted of complete refurbishment and extension of a 4 storey house overlooking Hampstead Heath together with the linking of the house to the adjacent lower ground floor flat to create a double frontage onto the garden. The existing, somewhat unsightly, conservatories to both properties were removed and replaced with a co-ordinated design and the lower ground floor opened up to create a large open plan family room and kitchen opening onto the garden. All the existing bathrooms were replaced and a new master bedroom/dressing room/bathroom suite created on the first floor. Pedder and Scampton designed and specified all the internal materials and also designed the garden layout and hard finishes. The project is located within a Conservation Area with some difficult neighbours but planning consent was granted within the 8 week period without any alterations to the proposals. Refurbished stair, new parquet floor Dressing Room Bathroom New balcony
  4. 4. REFURBISHMENT AND EXTENSION OF LISTED HOUSE IN ISLINGTON This 4 storey, grade 2 listed house in Islington had been poorly converted into two units and lacked the amenities required for contemporary family life. The two units were reconverted to a single house and extended negotiation with the planners resulted in planning and listed building consent for two contemporary extensions, to the side and to the rear, which gave space for the provision of additional bathrooms and improved access to the garden. The original rooms in the main house were retained without subdividing and the historic features including joinery and period cornices were carefully restored using traditional techniques. Side extension interior Rear extension bay window Restored Hallway Restored front elevation
  5. 5. NEW HOUSE IN SWISS COTTAGE CONSERVATION AREA Design and construction of a contemporary family house for a site in a conservation area in Swiss Cottage. The house was described by the Camden planning department as an exemplary case of contemporary design within a conservation area. The building is steel framed, designed to the module of the cladding materials (red brick and timber), to prevent wastage. A high thermal mass, good insulation and a condensing boiler result in low energy consumption and a planted roof contributes both to the local ecology and the views from the neighbouring houses. The house relates closely to the garden which is divided into a series of ‘rooms’ which complement the main internal spaces. The project gained an RIBA award, a Civic Trust Award and a Camden Environment Award. View from garden Interior view FLAT ABOVE FILM PRODUCTION COMPANY OFFICES, BLOOMSBURY Pedder and Scampton have completed a number of phases of work to this building from the original refurbishment and conversion of the whole building as offices in 1999 to the current proposal to build a one bedroom flat/workspace on the roof. An extended and thorough planning negotiation resulted in a good planning consent for a modern extension in the conservation area behind Fitzroy Square. The new extension will be a lightweight construction prefabricated in cross laminated plywood structural panels to achieve a minimum time and disruption on site. Computer generated image with new roof level unit
  6. 6. NON DOMESTIC RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS Competition entry model Model for new Ronald McDonald House for 23 families of children receiving long term/acute care at St Thomas’s Childrens Hospital New starter housing adjacent to a listed church in Newport, Isle of Wight Community Garden, Press House flats