• Clifton Hill House Nears Completion

    25 November 2020

    The extensive refurbishment of this grade II listed detached property on Clifton Hill will complete in December 2020. Proposals include a side extension; construction of a new basement; and extensive refurbishment throughout. Finishes such as marble, feature tiled floors and timber have been used to create a bespoke family home that is contemporary and vibrant.

    Read more about the project here

    Size: 3,725 sq ft SQ.FT
    Client: Private
    Status: Construction
    Structural Engineer: Form SD
    M&E Engineer: Cundall
    Quantity Surveyor: The Millbridge Group
    Party Wall Surveyor: TT Surveyors
    Building Control: Salus Approved Inspectors
    CDM Advisor: Goddard Consulting
    Kitchen Designer: Smallbone of Devizes

      25 November 2020

      The extensive refurbishment of this grade II listed detached property on Clifton Hill will complete in December 2020. Proposals include a side extension; construction of a new basement; and extensive refurbishment throughout. Finishes such as marble, feature tiled floors and timber have been used to create a bespoke family home that is contemporary and vibrant.

      Read more about the project here

      Size: 3,725 sq ft SQ.FT
      Client: Private
      Status: Construction
      Structural Engineer: Form SD
      M&E Engineer: Cundall
      Quantity Surveyor: The Millbridge Group
      Party Wall Surveyor: TT Surveyors
      Building Control: Salus Approved Inspectors
      CDM Advisor: Goddard Consulting
      Kitchen Designer: Smallbone of Devizes

    • Great James Street

      18 November 2020

      MWA have the privilege to be developing proposals for the conversion and restoration of three Grade II* listed properties on Great James Street, WC1; making it five projects the practice has now worked on along this historic street and esteemed pocket of London.

      Each of the properties form part of an early Georgian terrace, constructed in 1720 by the lawyer-come-developer John Metcalfe and have a rich history of housing craftsmen, surveyors, and master builders. The original interiors to each of these buildings remain wholly intact, although they have suffered neglect during their use as offices during the late C20th. MWA are excited to return each of the buildings to their original use and reinstate the detail and craftsmanship they once boasted.

        18 November 2020

        MWA have the privilege to be developing proposals for the conversion and restoration of three Grade II* listed properties on Great James Street, WC1; making it five projects the practice has now worked on along this historic street and esteemed pocket of London.

        Each of the properties form part of an early Georgian terrace, constructed in 1720 by the lawyer-come-developer John Metcalfe and have a rich history of housing craftsmen, surveyors, and master builders. The original interiors to each of these buildings remain wholly intact, although they have suffered neglect during their use as offices during the late C20th. MWA are excited to return each of the buildings to their original use and reinstate the detail and craftsmanship they once boasted.

      • Welbeck Healthcare Wins Bronze World of Interiors News Award!

        17 November 2020

        We are very pleased to announce that Welbeck Healthcare has won a bronze award for the international WIN awards in the Healthcare and Wellbeing category. The awards celebrate excellence in architecture and interior design from all over the world. Healthcare projects are awarded for looking beyond the clinical approach to health environments to create more welcoming spaces that are better places to work.

        Read more about the project here

          17 November 2020

          We are very pleased to announce that Welbeck Healthcare has won a bronze award for the international WIN awards in the Healthcare and Wellbeing category. The awards celebrate excellence in architecture and interior design from all over the world. Healthcare projects are awarded for looking beyond the clinical approach to health environments to create more welcoming spaces that are better places to work.

          Read more about the project here

        • MWA have commenced designs on a new residential project on Regent’s Park

          06 November 2020

          The exciting new project is the fourth John Nash designed Grade I listed property undertaken by the practice in the last twelve months and will build on the practices’ experience working with Heritage properties in The Crown Estate. Design proposals will involve the extensive refurbishment of a single family property on Regent's Park.

          Stage 02 will complete in early December and works are due to commence on site in Q2 2021. The house will sit alongside previous projects completed by MWA in the vicinity of Regent’s Park including previous developments on Hanover Terrace, Park Square East, Park Square West and Cumberland Terrace.


          Client: Private
          Status: Planning
          Structural Engineer: Form SD
          M&E Engineer: Cundall
          Planning Consultant: Montagu Evans
          Heritage Consultant: Bidwells
          Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

            06 November 2020

            The exciting new project is the fourth John Nash designed Grade I listed property undertaken by the practice in the last twelve months and will build on the practices’ experience working with Heritage properties in The Crown Estate. Design proposals will involve the extensive refurbishment of a single family property on Regent's Park.

            Stage 02 will complete in early December and works are due to commence on site in Q2 2021. The house will sit alongside previous projects completed by MWA in the vicinity of Regent’s Park including previous developments on Hanover Terrace, Park Square East, Park Square West and Cumberland Terrace.


            Client: Private
            Status: Planning
            Structural Engineer: Form SD
            M&E Engineer: Cundall
            Planning Consultant: Montagu Evans
            Heritage Consultant: Bidwells
            Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

          • MWA Win Development Transformation of the Year

            19 October 2020

            We are delighted to announce that Bell Yard Apartments have won the Development Transformation of the Year award hosted by British Home Awards.

            Bell Yard Apartments is a 10,600 sqft office-to-residential conversion adjacent to the Royal Courts of Justice, London. The existing building was low in architectural merit and presented an exciting opportunity to be reimagined as something of much higher quality. The façade has been completely rebuilt using robust materials such as Portland stone and local stock brickwork. Deep reveals surround the windows and offer Juliette balconies with views across to the Royal Courts of Justice.

            Read more about the project here.

              19 October 2020

              We are delighted to announce that Bell Yard Apartments have won the Development Transformation of the Year award hosted by British Home Awards.

              Bell Yard Apartments is a 10,600 sqft office-to-residential conversion adjacent to the Royal Courts of Justice, London. The existing building was low in architectural merit and presented an exciting opportunity to be reimagined as something of much higher quality. The façade has been completely rebuilt using robust materials such as Portland stone and local stock brickwork. Deep reveals surround the windows and offer Juliette balconies with views across to the Royal Courts of Justice.

              Read more about the project here.