• Hampstead House Continues on Site

    16 September 2020

    The proposed design provides a large contemporary family home set over four floors, including a swimming pool, gymnasium and large open-plan entertaining areas. Works commenced on site in March 2020 and are due to complete in December 2021.

    Read more about the project here

    Size: 8,856 SQ.FT
    Client: Private
    Status: On Site
    Cost Consultant: The Millbridge Group Plc
    Structural Engineer: Sinclair Johnston & Partners
    Services Engineer: Cundall
    Environmental Consultant: Ashby Energy Assessors Ltd
    Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
    Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

    16 September 2020

    The proposed design provides a large contemporary family home set over four floors, including a swimming pool, gymnasium and large open-plan entertaining areas. Works commenced on site in March 2020 and are due to complete in December 2021.

    Read more about the project here

    Size: 8,856 SQ.FT
    Client: Private
    Status: On Site
    Cost Consultant: The Millbridge Group Plc
    Structural Engineer: Sinclair Johnston & Partners
    Services Engineer: Cundall
    Environmental Consultant: Ashby Energy Assessors Ltd
    Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
    Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

  • Diorama Commences Developed Design

    24 August 2020

    Following recent granting of planning consent for the redevelopment of the historic Diorama Theatre next to Regent’s Park, developed design is underway with works targeted to commence early next year.

    This exciting project has been in the development since 2019 and will see the transformation of the historic theatre into a sustainable, adaptable and modern workspace.

    The historic rotunda has been reinvented as the centre of circulation and movement through the building looking to bring a strong identifiable theme that ties the building back to its origins. This space also presented a unique and exciting expression of the most important and human part of the original building – the auditorium. The use of a simple circular geometric plan which rises in section and brings into play the strong sculptural forms of the staircase and the suspended meeting room is both rational and exciting. The composition together fosters awareness with the original theatre its historical significance. The circular rooflight which illuminates the entire experience brings back daylight to the building once again.

    Read more about the project here

      24 August 2020

      Following recent granting of planning consent for the redevelopment of the historic Diorama Theatre next to Regent’s Park, developed design is underway with works targeted to commence early next year.

      This exciting project has been in the development since 2019 and will see the transformation of the historic theatre into a sustainable, adaptable and modern workspace.

      The historic rotunda has been reinvented as the centre of circulation and movement through the building looking to bring a strong identifiable theme that ties the building back to its origins. This space also presented a unique and exciting expression of the most important and human part of the original building – the auditorium. The use of a simple circular geometric plan which rises in section and brings into play the strong sculptural forms of the staircase and the suspended meeting room is both rational and exciting. The composition together fosters awareness with the original theatre its historical significance. The circular rooflight which illuminates the entire experience brings back daylight to the building once again.

      Read more about the project here

    • Welbeck Healthcare Phase II Achieves Practical Completion

      19 August 2020

      Phase II of this specialist day surgery and outpatient diagnostics centre in Marylebone is now complete. During the Covid-19 lockdown, construction works continued with social distancing measures in place and the project team continued to collaborate remotely; ensuring the project was delivered successfully and on programme.

      This phase of the project includes a Women’s Healthcare Centre and ENT (Ears Nose Throat) suite. MWA selected a palette of warm timber panelling and soft furnishings to deliver a bright and comfortable welcome lobby which extends on to an external terrace with integrated planting.

      Read more about the project here

      Size: 21,458 SQ.FT
      Client: Welbeck Health Partners
      Status: Complete
      Project Manager: 3PM
      M&E Engineer: Ramboll UK Ltd.
      Structural Engineer: Packman Lucas
      Quantity Surveyor: Exigere
      Contractor: Paragon
      Interior Design & Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.
      Local Authority: Westminster City Council

        19 August 2020

        Phase II of this specialist day surgery and outpatient diagnostics centre in Marylebone is now complete. During the Covid-19 lockdown, construction works continued with social distancing measures in place and the project team continued to collaborate remotely; ensuring the project was delivered successfully and on programme.

        This phase of the project includes a Women’s Healthcare Centre and ENT (Ears Nose Throat) suite. MWA selected a palette of warm timber panelling and soft furnishings to deliver a bright and comfortable welcome lobby which extends on to an external terrace with integrated planting.

        Read more about the project here

        Size: 21,458 SQ.FT
        Client: Welbeck Health Partners
        Status: Complete
        Project Manager: 3PM
        M&E Engineer: Ramboll UK Ltd.
        Structural Engineer: Packman Lucas
        Quantity Surveyor: Exigere
        Contractor: Paragon
        Interior Design & Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.
        Local Authority: Westminster City Council

      • Fulham Care Home

        13 August 2020

        Emerging market trends and demands for this area of London have encouraged the stakeholders to investigate utilising this well positioned site as a Care Home. MWA prepared and submitted a pre-planning application for this use which was submitted to the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham. The proposal comprises a part four and part five storey building with a basement level providing a first in class facility with 95 bed spaces. The building has been designed to respect the street scene and the character of the conservation area, taking inspiration from the many mansion blocks and residential buildings prevalent in the area. Proposals were positively received by the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham.

        Read more about the project here

        Size: 55,508 SQ.FT
        Client: Private
        Status: Pre-Planning
        Transport: Iceni
        Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
        Local Authority: Hammersmith & Fulham

          13 August 2020

          Emerging market trends and demands for this area of London have encouraged the stakeholders to investigate utilising this well positioned site as a Care Home. MWA prepared and submitted a pre-planning application for this use which was submitted to the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham. The proposal comprises a part four and part five storey building with a basement level providing a first in class facility with 95 bed spaces. The building has been designed to respect the street scene and the character of the conservation area, taking inspiration from the many mansion blocks and residential buildings prevalent in the area. Proposals were positively received by the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham.

          Read more about the project here

          Size: 55,508 SQ.FT
          Client: Private
          Status: Pre-Planning
          Transport: Iceni
          Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
          Local Authority: Hammersmith & Fulham

        • MWA Welcomes Staff Back to the Office

          12 August 2020

          MWA welcomes its staff back into the office after almost 5 months of working from home.

          In March, along with businesses all around the UK and across the world, we transitioned from office to home in line with government guidance. We adopted new ways of working as a team, devised new methods of communicating with clients both in the UK and abroad, virtually attended design meetings, planning meetings and site meetings and we responded in an adaptive and innovative manner with lots of new challenges.

          In preparation for bringing everyone back together, steps have been taken to manage and maintain workspace separation and to reduce risk in travel to and from work. Workstations have been re-organised to maintain social distance in accordance with government guidance. PPE has been purchased and new office protocols have been introduced. MWA is now covering the cost of all travel by hire bike to allow staff to commute to work without the need for public transport.

          It has been a difficult time for everyone and the industry, and the resilience of our team is highly commended. We look forward to working together in person once more.

            12 August 2020

            MWA welcomes its staff back into the office after almost 5 months of working from home.

            In March, along with businesses all around the UK and across the world, we transitioned from office to home in line with government guidance. We adopted new ways of working as a team, devised new methods of communicating with clients both in the UK and abroad, virtually attended design meetings, planning meetings and site meetings and we responded in an adaptive and innovative manner with lots of new challenges.

            In preparation for bringing everyone back together, steps have been taken to manage and maintain workspace separation and to reduce risk in travel to and from work. Workstations have been re-organised to maintain social distance in accordance with government guidance. PPE has been purchased and new office protocols have been introduced. MWA is now covering the cost of all travel by hire bike to allow staff to commute to work without the need for public transport.

            It has been a difficult time for everyone and the industry, and the resilience of our team is highly commended. We look forward to working together in person once more.