• MWA is looking to hire experienced Project Architects in London

    07 August 2020

    MWA is a London-based practice with a strong reputation for delivering world-class projects with integrity and ambition. We focus on creative direction, architecture and design, producing exemplary projects in the high-end residential and commercial sectors.

    The practice employs highly intelligent and driven employees, and is currently seeking Project Architects with relevant experience in central London.

    Click here for more details

      07 August 2020

      MWA is a London-based practice with a strong reputation for delivering world-class projects with integrity and ambition. We focus on creative direction, architecture and design, producing exemplary projects in the high-end residential and commercial sectors.

      The practice employs highly intelligent and driven employees, and is currently seeking Project Architects with relevant experience in central London.

      Click here for more details

    • WIN Awards 2020 Finalist

      06 August 2020

      Phase I of OneWelbeck has been shortlisted for the World of Interior News (WIN) Awards in the Healthcare & Wellbeing category. The WIN Awards celebrate and showcase outstanding architecture and interior design from across the globe. One Welbeck is a specialist facility for minimally-invasive day surgery and outpatient diagnostics in central London. Occupying a converted office building, the first Phase of the development delivers 63,700 sqft over five floors, with a phased completion starting in late 2019.

      Designed to be calm, personable and welcoming, a palette of materials including timber panelling, perforated metallic privacy screens and soft furnishings create a sense of warmth and comfort. Ambient lighting softens the spaces and facilitates feelings of comfort and seclusion. Clinical requirements have been carefully balanced with the materials selected and all products and designs were carefully interrogated with the intention of creating a healthcare facility which feels comfortable, sophisticated and safe.

      Read more about the project here

      We are looking forward to the awards ceremony in November.

        06 August 2020

        Phase I of OneWelbeck has been shortlisted for the World of Interior News (WIN) Awards in the Healthcare & Wellbeing category. The WIN Awards celebrate and showcase outstanding architecture and interior design from across the globe. One Welbeck is a specialist facility for minimally-invasive day surgery and outpatient diagnostics in central London. Occupying a converted office building, the first Phase of the development delivers 63,700 sqft over five floors, with a phased completion starting in late 2019.

        Designed to be calm, personable and welcoming, a palette of materials including timber panelling, perforated metallic privacy screens and soft furnishings create a sense of warmth and comfort. Ambient lighting softens the spaces and facilitates feelings of comfort and seclusion. Clinical requirements have been carefully balanced with the materials selected and all products and designs were carefully interrogated with the intention of creating a healthcare facility which feels comfortable, sophisticated and safe.

        Read more about the project here

        We are looking forward to the awards ceremony in November.

      • British Home Awards 2020 Finalist

        04 August 2020

        MWA are delighted to announce that Bell Yard Apartments have been shortlisted for another award! The exceptional project has been selected as a finalist in both Development Transformation of the Year and Small Development of the Year categories for the British Home Awards 2020.

        Development Transformation of the Year awards the best large-scale residential refurbishment, restoration or conversion, providing more than one home. It is open to conversions of existing buildings, such as office-to-residential; the upgrading of a housing estate; or the restoration of a heritage building.

        The Small Development of the Year is for residential developments of 20 units and less that demonstrate exceptional sensitivity to context and clever solutions for design and construction. It focuses on overcoming the challenges of working on a small scale on constrained city, town or village sites.

        We look forward to hearing the results on the 7th of October.

        Read more about the project here

          04 August 2020

          MWA are delighted to announce that Bell Yard Apartments have been shortlisted for another award! The exceptional project has been selected as a finalist in both Development Transformation of the Year and Small Development of the Year categories for the British Home Awards 2020.

          Development Transformation of the Year awards the best large-scale residential refurbishment, restoration or conversion, providing more than one home. It is open to conversions of existing buildings, such as office-to-residential; the upgrading of a housing estate; or the restoration of a heritage building.

          The Small Development of the Year is for residential developments of 20 units and less that demonstrate exceptional sensitivity to context and clever solutions for design and construction. It focuses on overcoming the challenges of working on a small scale on constrained city, town or village sites.

          We look forward to hearing the results on the 7th of October.

          Read more about the project here

        • MWA Receives Unanimous Planning Consent for redevelopment of Grade I Listed Diorama Theatre

          20 July 2020

          MWA secures planning consent for the redevelopment of the historic Diorama Theatre including extensions at roof and basement levels and extensive reimagining of the interiors across all floors to restore the building to its original beauty.

          The Grade I listed property was designed and purpose built by John Nash and Agustus Charles Pugin as a diorama theatre in the early 19th Century. The technology had been developed by Louis Daguerre who is widely known as the father of modern photography.

          This is very exciting news for the MWA team that expended huge effort to ensure the proposals are innovative and a sympathetic and creative reuse of the historic building in Regent’s Park.

          The London Borough of Camden planning committee commended MWA’s balanced proposal to preserve and enhance the heritage of the building by reinstating the original diorama drum to deliver an exciting office environment with a central focus.

          The project was featured in a recent BBC Radio 4 podcast ‘Diorama Drama’ by Dr. Lance Dann about the history of Diorama Theatres across Europe. MWA will be working to deliver this exciting new development in 2021.

          Read more about the project here

            20 July 2020

            MWA secures planning consent for the redevelopment of the historic Diorama Theatre including extensions at roof and basement levels and extensive reimagining of the interiors across all floors to restore the building to its original beauty.

            The Grade I listed property was designed and purpose built by John Nash and Agustus Charles Pugin as a diorama theatre in the early 19th Century. The technology had been developed by Louis Daguerre who is widely known as the father of modern photography.

            This is very exciting news for the MWA team that expended huge effort to ensure the proposals are innovative and a sympathetic and creative reuse of the historic building in Regent’s Park.

            The London Borough of Camden planning committee commended MWA’s balanced proposal to preserve and enhance the heritage of the building by reinstating the original diorama drum to deliver an exciting office environment with a central focus.

            The project was featured in a recent BBC Radio 4 podcast ‘Diorama Drama’ by Dr. Lance Dann about the history of Diorama Theatres across Europe. MWA will be working to deliver this exciting new development in 2021.

            Read more about the project here

          • Architect of the Year Awards 2020 Finalist

            13 July 2020

            MWA are delighted to announce that we are a finalist for the Architect of the Year Awards in the Individual House category along with 7 other top architectural firms. The awards are intended to award practices for design excellence of one-off family houses. The Architect of the Year Awards is a well established awards ceremony running since 2004, organised by Building Design.

            MWA consistently strives beyond the traditional role of an Architect by proactively engaging with our clients, pre-acquisition, and to explore the potential of a site. We facilitate early collaboration and undertake feasibility studies to assist with developing a strategic brief and are focussed on delivering the highest quality of design with an environmental conscious. We look forward to the results which will be announced on October 23rd 2020.

            Read more about the awards here

              13 July 2020

              MWA are delighted to announce that we are a finalist for the Architect of the Year Awards in the Individual House category along with 7 other top architectural firms. The awards are intended to award practices for design excellence of one-off family houses. The Architect of the Year Awards is a well established awards ceremony running since 2004, organised by Building Design.

              MWA consistently strives beyond the traditional role of an Architect by proactively engaging with our clients, pre-acquisition, and to explore the potential of a site. We facilitate early collaboration and undertake feasibility studies to assist with developing a strategic brief and are focussed on delivering the highest quality of design with an environmental conscious. We look forward to the results which will be announced on October 23rd 2020.

              Read more about the awards here