Shortlisted for Dezeen’s Visualisation of the Year Award

13 September 2021

MWA have been shortlisted in Dezeen’s Visualisation of the Year Award! Our images have been selected from over 4,700 entries from 87 countries.

MWA have a talented in-house visualisation team that creatively produces 3D models and CGIs as part of our work. The precise representation of form, materials, furniture and even artwork is an integral part of how we design which allows our Clients to visualise our proposals with clarity in three dimensions allowing them to inhabit the scheme from the outset of the design process.

We look forward to the final awards announcement in November and well done to our Visualisation Team lead by our Head of Visual Design Rawan.

    13 September 2021

    MWA have been shortlisted in Dezeen’s Visualisation of the Year Award! Our images have been selected from over 4,700 entries from 87 countries.

    MWA have a talented in-house visualisation team that creatively produces 3D models and CGIs as part of our work. The precise representation of form, materials, furniture and even artwork is an integral part of how we design which allows our Clients to visualise our proposals with clarity in three dimensions allowing them to inhabit the scheme from the outset of the design process.

    We look forward to the final awards announcement in November and well done to our Visualisation Team lead by our Head of Visual Design Rawan.

    We Are Hiring!

    24 August 2021

    MWA have a number of exciting new commissions and we are looking to grow our team! We are looking to hire a Project Architect, Part II Architectural Assistant, and Studio Coordinator.

    For full details of the Project Architect role, please click here

    For full details of the Part II role, please click here

    For full details of the Studio Coordinator role, please click here

    All applications should be sent to careers@mw-a.co.uk

      24 August 2021

      MWA have a number of exciting new commissions and we are looking to grow our team! We are looking to hire a Project Architect, Part II Architectural Assistant, and Studio Coordinator.

      For full details of the Project Architect role, please click here

      For full details of the Part II role, please click here

      For full details of the Studio Coordinator role, please click here

      All applications should be sent to careers@mw-a.co.uk

      Plantworks Opens Its Doors

      17 August 2021

      Following the successful installation of a unique internal planting scheme including fennel, strawberries, raspberries and an extensive herb garden, Plantworks has finally opened its doors. We are excited to see the ‘first of its kind’ urban farm move from a local nursery to its new home in the heart of King’s Cross. Fresh produce is already thriving at the premises ready for office staff to tend to.

      Read more about the project here

      Size: 9,400 SQ.FT
      Client: Sturgeon Capital
      Status: Complete
      Daylight & Sunlight: Malcolm Hollis
      Structural Engineer: Parmarbrook
      Services Engineer: Cundall
      Planning Consultant: Bidwells
      Building Control: Assent BC
      Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

      17 August 2021

      Following the successful installation of a unique internal planting scheme including fennel, strawberries, raspberries and an extensive herb garden, Plantworks has finally opened its doors. We are excited to see the ‘first of its kind’ urban farm move from a local nursery to its new home in the heart of King’s Cross. Fresh produce is already thriving at the premises ready for office staff to tend to.

      Read more about the project here

      Size: 9,400 SQ.FT
      Client: Sturgeon Capital
      Status: Complete
      Daylight & Sunlight: Malcolm Hollis
      Structural Engineer: Parmarbrook
      Services Engineer: Cundall
      Planning Consultant: Bidwells
      Building Control: Assent BC
      Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

      King's Cross Offices Reaches Practical Completion

      10 August 2021

      After being approached in early 2016 to prepare proposals for a new-build office space in King’s Cross, MWA are happy to see another project reach practical completion. The project has been an important test case for MWA in the integration of architecture and the environment together, to deliver buildings which aid the well-being of their occupants and the wider urban context. With the current era of ‘working from home’ highlighting the need for nature and biodiversity in our lives, this project will see the implementation of a huge internal planting scheme for the benefit of its occupants. The end result will stand testament to the project having such a courageous and dedicated client team. The internal planting fit-out will complete in July.

      Read more about the project here

      Size: 9,400 SQ.FT
      Client: Sturgeon Capital
      Status: Complete
      Daylight & Sunlight: Malcolm Hollis
      Structural Engineer: Parmarbrook
      Services Engineer: Cundall
      Planning Consultant: Bidwells
      Building Control: Assent BC
      Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

      10 August 2021

      After being approached in early 2016 to prepare proposals for a new-build office space in King’s Cross, MWA are happy to see another project reach practical completion. The project has been an important test case for MWA in the integration of architecture and the environment together, to deliver buildings which aid the well-being of their occupants and the wider urban context. With the current era of ‘working from home’ highlighting the need for nature and biodiversity in our lives, this project will see the implementation of a huge internal planting scheme for the benefit of its occupants. The end result will stand testament to the project having such a courageous and dedicated client team. The internal planting fit-out will complete in July.

      Read more about the project here

      Size: 9,400 SQ.FT
      Client: Sturgeon Capital
      Status: Complete
      Daylight & Sunlight: Malcolm Hollis
      Structural Engineer: Parmarbrook
      Services Engineer: Cundall
      Planning Consultant: Bidwells
      Building Control: Assent BC
      Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

      Designs Commenced for Regent's Park Family Home

      14 July 2021

      MWA are delighted to be working on another project which forms part of a Grade I Listed John Nash terrace in the prestigious Regent’s Park Conservation Area. The property has a rich history and was formerly the home of science fiction novelist H.G. Wells. This is the fifth property to be undertaken by MWA on Regent’s Park in the past two years.

      We are working closely with the local planning authority to create a contemporary family home for our Clients, whilst ensuring that the heritage asset is preserved and improved. Proposals include sensitive internal alterations to accommodate a new study, gym, kitchen and breakfast area, along with an exciting new glazed rear extension designed to enhance and reveal the historical features and appearance of the existing property.

      Size: 5,964 sqft
      Structural Engineer: PJCE
      Heritage Consultant: Bidwells
      M&E Consultant: Cundall
      Quantity Surveyor: Brendan Hennessy Associates
      Planning Consultant: Savills
      CDM: Goddard Consulting
      Landscape Designer: James Holderness Landscape Design
      Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
      Local Authority: Westminster City Council

        14 July 2021

        MWA are delighted to be working on another project which forms part of a Grade I Listed John Nash terrace in the prestigious Regent’s Park Conservation Area. The property has a rich history and was formerly the home of science fiction novelist H.G. Wells. This is the fifth property to be undertaken by MWA on Regent’s Park in the past two years.

        We are working closely with the local planning authority to create a contemporary family home for our Clients, whilst ensuring that the heritage asset is preserved and improved. Proposals include sensitive internal alterations to accommodate a new study, gym, kitchen and breakfast area, along with an exciting new glazed rear extension designed to enhance and reveal the historical features and appearance of the existing property.

        Size: 5,964 sqft
        Structural Engineer: PJCE
        Heritage Consultant: Bidwells
        M&E Consultant: Cundall
        Quantity Surveyor: Brendan Hennessy Associates
        Planning Consultant: Savills
        CDM: Goddard Consulting
        Landscape Designer: James Holderness Landscape Design
        Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
        Local Authority: Westminster City Council

        MWA Appointed on Notting Hill Terrace

        14 July 2021

        MWA have been appointed to proceed to pre-application stage for the redevelopment of a terrace in Notting Hill. The site consists of an entire terrace adjacent to Portobello Road. The houses have been much altered and are in a poor state of repair. Our proposal reinstates the traditional shop fronts at ground floor and includes full refurbishment of the first and second floor with a new mansard extension. Residential is proposed for all levels above ground.

        Size: 21,338 SQ.FT
        Client: Private
        Planning consultant: DP9
        Heritage Consultant: Jon Lowe Heritage
        Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
        Local Authority: Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

        14 July 2021

        MWA have been appointed to proceed to pre-application stage for the redevelopment of a terrace in Notting Hill. The site consists of an entire terrace adjacent to Portobello Road. The houses have been much altered and are in a poor state of repair. Our proposal reinstates the traditional shop fronts at ground floor and includes full refurbishment of the first and second floor with a new mansard extension. Residential is proposed for all levels above ground.

        Size: 21,338 SQ.FT
        Client: Private
        Planning consultant: DP9
        Heritage Consultant: Jon Lowe Heritage
        Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
        Local Authority: Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

        Congratulations To Tim On Becoming An Associate Director

        23 June 2021

        MWA are pleased to announce that Tim Blackwell has become an Associate Director.

        Tim joined MWA in 2011 after he qualified from University College Dublin in 2009 after previously studying at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and gained extensive educational, residential and commercial experience in Ireland. Tim became an Associate in 2016 and since then has played a key role in the management team at MWA leading many complex developments from inception to completion across all design stages.

        Landscaping and sustainable design are driving aspects of Tim’s approach to architecture having grown up in the Irish countryside. Through projects such as Kings Cross Road, he has delivered high quality and truly sustainable architecture which look to bring natural habitat back to our urban environment and improve the quality of our built environment internally and externally.

        Tim has worked across a wide range of sectors, leading a mix of large scale commercial, healthcare, heritage and residential projects including Grade I Listed Diorama, Grade II Listed Westminster House, Kings Cross Road, Hurlingham Road, Bartholomew Place, Fulham Care Home, Brentford Delivery Office, and William Court. We are delighted for Tim and anticipate his continued success here at MWA.

          23 June 2021

          MWA are pleased to announce that Tim Blackwell has become an Associate Director.

          Tim joined MWA in 2011 after he qualified from University College Dublin in 2009 after previously studying at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and gained extensive educational, residential and commercial experience in Ireland. Tim became an Associate in 2016 and since then has played a key role in the management team at MWA leading many complex developments from inception to completion across all design stages.

          Landscaping and sustainable design are driving aspects of Tim’s approach to architecture having grown up in the Irish countryside. Through projects such as Kings Cross Road, he has delivered high quality and truly sustainable architecture which look to bring natural habitat back to our urban environment and improve the quality of our built environment internally and externally.

          Tim has worked across a wide range of sectors, leading a mix of large scale commercial, healthcare, heritage and residential projects including Grade I Listed Diorama, Grade II Listed Westminster House, Kings Cross Road, Hurlingham Road, Bartholomew Place, Fulham Care Home, Brentford Delivery Office, and William Court. We are delighted for Tim and anticipate his continued success here at MWA.

          Eastcastle Street Gains Full Planning Permission!

          16 June 2021

          MWA’s proposals for 34-37 Eastcastle Street has been granted full planning permission by Westminster City Council. Set over 8 floors (including double basement), the new-build development proposes to rejuvenate the street front along Eastcastle Street in Fitzrovia and introduces more than 20,300 sqft of office space. The scheme delivers a variety of use-classes, high-quality architecture and increased green amenity space for the site. Driven by the historical local development in the East Marylebone Conservation Area, the proposal responds sensitively to the surrounding existing buildings and retains the language of the three separate facades. We are very pleased to announce that planning permission was secured under delegated powers with no objections.

          Read more about the project here

          Size: 31,108 SQ.FT
          Client: Northern & Midland Holdings Ltd
          Status: Planning
          Planning Consultant: Savills Ltd.
          Cost Consultant: Quartz Project Services
          Project Manager: Quartz Project Services
          Structural Engineer: Heyne Tillet Steel Ltd.
          Daylight/ Sunlight Surveyor: Point 2 Surveyors Ltd.
          Rights to Light Consultant: Point 2 Surveyors Ltd.
          Heritage: Donald Insall Associates Ltd.
          Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
          Local Authority: Westminster City Council

            16 June 2021

            MWA’s proposals for 34-37 Eastcastle Street has been granted full planning permission by Westminster City Council. Set over 8 floors (including double basement), the new-build development proposes to rejuvenate the street front along Eastcastle Street in Fitzrovia and introduces more than 20,300 sqft of office space. The scheme delivers a variety of use-classes, high-quality architecture and increased green amenity space for the site. Driven by the historical local development in the East Marylebone Conservation Area, the proposal responds sensitively to the surrounding existing buildings and retains the language of the three separate facades. We are very pleased to announce that planning permission was secured under delegated powers with no objections.

            Read more about the project here

            Size: 31,108 SQ.FT
            Client: Northern & Midland Holdings Ltd
            Status: Planning
            Planning Consultant: Savills Ltd.
            Cost Consultant: Quartz Project Services
            Project Manager: Quartz Project Services
            Structural Engineer: Heyne Tillet Steel Ltd.
            Daylight/ Sunlight Surveyor: Point 2 Surveyors Ltd.
            Rights to Light Consultant: Point 2 Surveyors Ltd.
            Heritage: Donald Insall Associates Ltd.
            Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
            Local Authority: Westminster City Council

            Beach Front Residence Commences Developed Design

            14 June 2021

            MWA are developing designs for a new-build beach front family home on the coast of Bournemouth. MWA has proposed to replace the existing property which has been subject to unsympathetic alterations with a new high quality dwelling that seeks to restore the site’s original hierarchy and grandeur. Designs include a grand light-filled central atrium stair; a master suite that overlooks the English Channel; and a unique perforated shutter system as a contemporary response to the vernacular of the Boscombe Manor Conservation Area.

            Read more about the project here

            Size: 11,300 SQ.FT
            Client: Private
            Status: Stage 3
            Project Manager: Radcliffes
            Structural Engineer: Expedition
            Cost Consultant: Wheeler Group
            Heritage Consultant: Bidwells
            Daylight & Sunlight Consultant: Malcolm Hollis
            Planning Consultant: Montagu Evans
            Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
            Local Authority: Bournemouth Borough Council

              14 June 2021

              MWA are developing designs for a new-build beach front family home on the coast of Bournemouth. MWA has proposed to replace the existing property which has been subject to unsympathetic alterations with a new high quality dwelling that seeks to restore the site’s original hierarchy and grandeur. Designs include a grand light-filled central atrium stair; a master suite that overlooks the English Channel; and a unique perforated shutter system as a contemporary response to the vernacular of the Boscombe Manor Conservation Area.

              Read more about the project here

              Size: 11,300 SQ.FT
              Client: Private
              Status: Stage 3
              Project Manager: Radcliffes
              Structural Engineer: Expedition
              Cost Consultant: Wheeler Group
              Heritage Consultant: Bidwells
              Daylight & Sunlight Consultant: Malcolm Hollis
              Planning Consultant: Montagu Evans
              Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
              Local Authority: Bournemouth Borough Council

              Aldous Huxley's Former Residence Reaches Practical Completion

              02 June 2021

              After being approached in early 2019 to prepare proposals for a replacement rear extension, full internal refurbishment and integrated landscape design, this three storey arts and crafts property has now reached practical completion. The family home is located within the Redington Frognal Conservation Area in Hampstead and features contemporary finishes throughout including brushed nickel metalwork, bespoke mosaic bathroom floors, contrasting White Thassos marble and Cumbria stone, and large format herringbone. We are delighted to have completed another outstanding property in the Hampstead area.

              Read more about the project here

              Size: 4,859 SQ.FT
              Client: Private
              Status: Complete
              Contractor: New Wave
              Structural Engineer: Pringuer James Consulting Engineering
              M&E: Cundall
              Quantity Surveyor: The Millbridge Group
              Arboriculturalist: John Cromar's Arboricultural Company Ltd.
              Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
              Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

                02 June 2021

                After being approached in early 2019 to prepare proposals for a replacement rear extension, full internal refurbishment and integrated landscape design, this three storey arts and crafts property has now reached practical completion. The family home is located within the Redington Frognal Conservation Area in Hampstead and features contemporary finishes throughout including brushed nickel metalwork, bespoke mosaic bathroom floors, contrasting White Thassos marble and Cumbria stone, and large format herringbone. We are delighted to have completed another outstanding property in the Hampstead area.

                Read more about the project here

                Size: 4,859 SQ.FT
                Client: Private
                Status: Complete
                Contractor: New Wave
                Structural Engineer: Pringuer James Consulting Engineering
                M&E: Cundall
                Quantity Surveyor: The Millbridge Group
                Arboriculturalist: John Cromar's Arboricultural Company Ltd.
                Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
                Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

                Hampstead House Progresses on Site

                25 May 2021

                Works continue to progress on site at Hampstead House, MWA’s 2012 commission to design a landmark family home in Hampstead overlooking the west of Hampstead Heath. This exciting new-build development is set into the steep incline of Hampstead Hill in the historical Garden Suburb of Hampstead and sits amongst a rich architectural heritage alongside some of London’s finest modernist houses by notable architects including Richard Meier, Norman Foster and Ernö Goldfinger.

                We have proposed a modern design solution for the home which is set over four floors, including a swimming pool, gymnasium and open-plan living spaces. We have utilised large expanses of glazing to take advantage of the scenic views over the Heath and to bring daylight deep into the rear of the plan. Planning Permission was initially granted by Camden in 2014 and since then, MWA have successfully obtained two further planning permissions, to suit the evolving requirements of the client. The project is due to complete in December 2021.

                Read more about the project here

                  25 May 2021

                  Works continue to progress on site at Hampstead House, MWA’s 2012 commission to design a landmark family home in Hampstead overlooking the west of Hampstead Heath. This exciting new-build development is set into the steep incline of Hampstead Hill in the historical Garden Suburb of Hampstead and sits amongst a rich architectural heritage alongside some of London’s finest modernist houses by notable architects including Richard Meier, Norman Foster and Ernö Goldfinger.

                  We have proposed a modern design solution for the home which is set over four floors, including a swimming pool, gymnasium and open-plan living spaces. We have utilised large expanses of glazing to take advantage of the scenic views over the Heath and to bring daylight deep into the rear of the plan. Planning Permission was initially granted by Camden in 2014 and since then, MWA have successfully obtained two further planning permissions, to suit the evolving requirements of the client. The project is due to complete in December 2021.

                  Read more about the project here

                  Congratulations to Lauren on becoming Head of Interiors

                  29 April 2021

                  We are pleased to announce that Lauren Green is MWA’s Head of Interiors. Lauren joined MWA in 2016 and obtained her RIBA Part III in 2017. Since then, Lauren has worked as a Project Architect and Interior Designer for MWA on projects including One Welbeck, Hampstead House and Regent’s Park House.

                  Lauren’s own interests in design and fashion along with her eye for detail and ability to deliver a vision, have meant that this role has come naturally to her. Lauren’s approach is to work closely to understand the client’s desires, whilst ensuring the design is contemporary, practical and always beautiful. We are delighted for Lauren and look forward to her continued success at MWA, both as a Project Architect and Head of Interiors.

                    29 April 2021

                    We are pleased to announce that Lauren Green is MWA’s Head of Interiors. Lauren joined MWA in 2016 and obtained her RIBA Part III in 2017. Since then, Lauren has worked as a Project Architect and Interior Designer for MWA on projects including One Welbeck, Hampstead House and Regent’s Park House.

                    Lauren’s own interests in design and fashion along with her eye for detail and ability to deliver a vision, have meant that this role has come naturally to her. Lauren’s approach is to work closely to understand the client’s desires, whilst ensuring the design is contemporary, practical and always beautiful. We are delighted for Lauren and look forward to her continued success at MWA, both as a Project Architect and Head of Interiors.

                    Hampstead Houses

                    28 April 2021

                    MWA are preparing designs for the demolition and re-build of two adjacent properties within the Hampstead Conservation Area. The two existing buildings were built in the 1960s, with the larger house being significantly altered over the last 40 years. Neither of the properties contribute to the character of the conservation area.

                    MWA is proposing to replace the existing dwellings with energy-efficient designs that reflect the architectural character of the Hampstead Conservation Area and respond to the context of the site. The designs are driven by the use of local materials, realignment with neighbouring buildings and careful scale and massing.

                    Size: 15,748 SQ.FT
                    Client: Private
                    Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.
                    Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

                      28 April 2021

                      MWA are preparing designs for the demolition and re-build of two adjacent properties within the Hampstead Conservation Area. The two existing buildings were built in the 1960s, with the larger house being significantly altered over the last 40 years. Neither of the properties contribute to the character of the conservation area.

                      MWA is proposing to replace the existing dwellings with energy-efficient designs that reflect the architectural character of the Hampstead Conservation Area and respond to the context of the site. The designs are driven by the use of local materials, realignment with neighbouring buildings and careful scale and massing.

                      Size: 15,748 SQ.FT
                      Client: Private
                      Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.
                      Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

                      Primrose Hill Residence

                      28 April 2021

                      MWA is preparing designs for a property located at Wadham Gardens, within the Elsworthy Conservation Area of the London Borough of Camden. The area comprises generously laid-out streets that centre around a “tear-drop” shape developed by William Willett (British builder and proponent of British Summer Time) on the land between Primrose Hill and the surrounding streets in the early 20th century.

                      MWA’s proposals include a full renovation of the property, including a basement with a 20m swimming pool and gym, side and rear extensions, six bedroom suites and landscaping works.

                      Size: 8,439 SQ.FT
                      Client: Private
                      Status: First Thoughts
                      Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.
                      Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

                        28 April 2021

                        MWA is preparing designs for a property located at Wadham Gardens, within the Elsworthy Conservation Area of the London Borough of Camden. The area comprises generously laid-out streets that centre around a “tear-drop” shape developed by William Willett (British builder and proponent of British Summer Time) on the land between Primrose Hill and the surrounding streets in the early 20th century.

                        MWA’s proposals include a full renovation of the property, including a basement with a 20m swimming pool and gym, side and rear extensions, six bedroom suites and landscaping works.

                        Size: 8,439 SQ.FT
                        Client: Private
                        Status: First Thoughts
                        Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.
                        Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

                        Highgate House

                        13 April 2021

                        MWA prepared proposals for the redevelopment of this Grade II listed property located in the Highgate Conservation Area within the London Borough of Camden. MWA’s design proposal looks to substantially reconfigure the five-storey property to include; an integrated two-bedroom apartment at lower ground floor level, wine cellar, gym, entertaining spaces, a new extension at ground floor level, and the addition of three new lightwells to allow natural light to shimmer through the lower ground floor. Landscaping proposals feature an expansive parterre garden, with a swimming pool and pool house.

                        Size: 5,773 SQ.FT
                        Client: Private
                        Status: First Thoughts
                        Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.
                        Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

                          13 April 2021

                          MWA prepared proposals for the redevelopment of this Grade II listed property located in the Highgate Conservation Area within the London Borough of Camden. MWA’s design proposal looks to substantially reconfigure the five-storey property to include; an integrated two-bedroom apartment at lower ground floor level, wine cellar, gym, entertaining spaces, a new extension at ground floor level, and the addition of three new lightwells to allow natural light to shimmer through the lower ground floor. Landscaping proposals feature an expansive parterre garden, with a swimming pool and pool house.

                          Size: 5,773 SQ.FT
                          Client: Private
                          Status: First Thoughts
                          Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.
                          Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

                          Beach Front Residence Submitted for Planning

                          07 April 2021

                          MWA have submitted proposals to Bournemouth Borough Council for the redevelopment of a beach front property. With its unique position on the coast of Bournemouth, the site offers panoramic views of the English Channel and beyond. A high quality building is proposed to replace the existing property which has been subject to unsympathetic alterations. Proposals consist of a new-build private dwelling and seek to restore the original hierarchy and grandeur of the existing building.

                          Read more about the project here

                          Size: 11,300 SQ.FT
                          Client: Private
                          Status: Planning
                          Project Manager: Radcliffes
                          Structural Engineer: Expedition
                          Cost Consultant: Wheeler Group
                          Heritage Consultant:Bidwells
                          Daylight & Sunlight Consultant: Malcolm Hollis
                          Planning Consultant: Montagu Evans
                          Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
                          Local Authority: Bournemouth Borough Council

                            07 April 2021

                            MWA have submitted proposals to Bournemouth Borough Council for the redevelopment of a beach front property. With its unique position on the coast of Bournemouth, the site offers panoramic views of the English Channel and beyond. A high quality building is proposed to replace the existing property which has been subject to unsympathetic alterations. Proposals consist of a new-build private dwelling and seek to restore the original hierarchy and grandeur of the existing building.

                            Read more about the project here

                            Size: 11,300 SQ.FT
                            Client: Private
                            Status: Planning
                            Project Manager: Radcliffes
                            Structural Engineer: Expedition
                            Cost Consultant: Wheeler Group
                            Heritage Consultant:Bidwells
                            Daylight & Sunlight Consultant: Malcolm Hollis
                            Planning Consultant: Montagu Evans
                            Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
                            Local Authority: Bournemouth Borough Council

                            Aldous Huxley's Former Residence Nears Completion

                            20 February 2021

                            MWA were approached in early 2019 to prepare proposals for a replacement rear extension with integrated landscape design and full internal refurbishment of this arts and crafts three storey family home situated within the Redington Frognal Conservation Area in Hampstead.

                            Read more about the project here

                            Size: 4,859 SQ.FT
                            Client: Private
                            Status: Construction
                            Structural Engineer: Pringuer James Consulting Engineering
                            M&E: Cundall
                            Quantity Surveyor: The Millbridge Group
                            Arboriculturalist: John Cromar's Arboricultural Company Ltd.
                            Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
                            Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

                              20 February 2021

                              MWA were approached in early 2019 to prepare proposals for a replacement rear extension with integrated landscape design and full internal refurbishment of this arts and crafts three storey family home situated within the Redington Frognal Conservation Area in Hampstead.

                              Read more about the project here

                              Size: 4,859 SQ.FT
                              Client: Private
                              Status: Construction
                              Structural Engineer: Pringuer James Consulting Engineering
                              M&E: Cundall
                              Quantity Surveyor: The Millbridge Group
                              Arboriculturalist: John Cromar's Arboricultural Company Ltd.
                              Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
                              Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

                              St John's Wood House Submitted for Planning

                              20 February 2021

                              MWA recently submitted plans for a substantial basement extension and full refurbishment of a family home in St John’s Wood. Situated within the St John's Wood Conservation Area, the proposal presents a unique opportunity to create more spacious and adaptable spaces with an emphasis on open plan living, generous ceiling heights, natural light and modern finishes. The new 1,500 sq. ft basement provides a gym, family media room, and yoga space fronting a generous lightwell. Locating the plant and utility rooms within the centre of the basement plan has helped to maximise the living area above ground and visually connect each space with the front and rear gardens.

                              Size: 4,051 SQ.FT
                              Client: Private
                              Status: Planning
                              Structural Engineer: Form SD
                              Geotechnical Surveyor: Jomas
                              Quantity Surveyor: Brendan Hennessy
                              Local Authority: City of Westminster
                              Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects

                                20 February 2021

                                MWA recently submitted plans for a substantial basement extension and full refurbishment of a family home in St John’s Wood. Situated within the St John's Wood Conservation Area, the proposal presents a unique opportunity to create more spacious and adaptable spaces with an emphasis on open plan living, generous ceiling heights, natural light and modern finishes. The new 1,500 sq. ft basement provides a gym, family media room, and yoga space fronting a generous lightwell. Locating the plant and utility rooms within the centre of the basement plan has helped to maximise the living area above ground and visually connect each space with the front and rear gardens.

                                Size: 4,051 SQ.FT
                                Client: Private
                                Status: Planning
                                Structural Engineer: Form SD
                                Geotechnical Surveyor: Jomas
                                Quantity Surveyor: Brendan Hennessy
                                Local Authority: City of Westminster
                                Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects

                                King's Cross Offices Near Completion

                                19 February 2021

                                Having recently achieved the BREEAM ‘Excellent’ Target (aligning with our sustainability ethos) MWA are happy to see another project on the home straight with King’s Cross Road nearing completion.

                                The project has been an important test case for MWA in the integration of innovation with regard to joining architecture and the environment together to deliver buildings which aid the well-being of their occupants and the wider urban context. With the current era of ‘working from home’ highlighting the need for nature and biodiversity in our lives, this project has seen the implementation of a huge internal planting scheme for the benefit of its occupants. The end result will stand testament to the project having such a courageous and dedicated client team. The development will complete in June.

                                Read more about the project here

                                Size: 9,400 SQ.FT
                                Client: Sturgeon Capital
                                Status: Construction
                                Daylight & Sunlight: Malcolm Hollis
                                Structural Engineer: Parmarbrook
                                Services Engineer: Cundall
                                Planning Consultant: Bidwells
                                Building Control: Assent BC
                                Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

                                  19 February 2021

                                  Having recently achieved the BREEAM ‘Excellent’ Target (aligning with our sustainability ethos) MWA are happy to see another project on the home straight with King’s Cross Road nearing completion.

                                  The project has been an important test case for MWA in the integration of innovation with regard to joining architecture and the environment together to deliver buildings which aid the well-being of their occupants and the wider urban context. With the current era of ‘working from home’ highlighting the need for nature and biodiversity in our lives, this project has seen the implementation of a huge internal planting scheme for the benefit of its occupants. The end result will stand testament to the project having such a courageous and dedicated client team. The development will complete in June.

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                                  Size: 9,400 SQ.FT
                                  Client: Sturgeon Capital
                                  Status: Construction
                                  Daylight & Sunlight: Malcolm Hollis
                                  Structural Engineer: Parmarbrook
                                  Services Engineer: Cundall
                                  Planning Consultant: Bidwells
                                  Building Control: Assent BC
                                  Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

                                  St John’s Wood House Granted Planning

                                  19 February 2021

                                  MWA have recently gained planning permission to substantially redevelop an historic 19th century villa within the St John’s Wood conservation area. The proposals include a timeless Portland stone extension, a passenger lift and new basement level with swimming pool, spa & gym suite. MWA’s scheme will sensitively deliver an uncompromised modern family dwelling within a prestigious part of London.

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                                  Size: 7,812 SQ.FT
                                  Client: Private
                                  Status: Planning
                                  Cost Consultant: The Millbridge Group
                                  Structural Engineer: Form SD
                                  Project Manager: Radcliffes
                                  Planning Consultant: Montagu Evans
                                  Historical Consultant: Bidwells
                                  Swimming Pool Consultant: JetForm
                                  AV Consultant: Livewire Home Integration
                                  Lighting Consultant: Xavio Design
                                  Landscape Designer: Bowles and Wyer
                                  Main Contractor: LTS
                                  Local Authority: Westminster City Council
                                  Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects

                                    19 February 2021

                                    MWA have recently gained planning permission to substantially redevelop an historic 19th century villa within the St John’s Wood conservation area. The proposals include a timeless Portland stone extension, a passenger lift and new basement level with swimming pool, spa & gym suite. MWA’s scheme will sensitively deliver an uncompromised modern family dwelling within a prestigious part of London.

                                    Read more about the project here

                                    Size: 7,812 SQ.FT
                                    Client: Private
                                    Status: Planning
                                    Cost Consultant: The Millbridge Group
                                    Structural Engineer: Form SD
                                    Project Manager: Radcliffes
                                    Planning Consultant: Montagu Evans
                                    Historical Consultant: Bidwells
                                    Swimming Pool Consultant: JetForm
                                    AV Consultant: Livewire Home Integration
                                    Lighting Consultant: Xavio Design
                                    Landscape Designer: Bowles and Wyer
                                    Main Contractor: LTS
                                    Local Authority: Westminster City Council
                                    Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects

                                    MWA Submit Proposals to London Borough of Camden

                                    19 February 2021

                                    MW-A have been appointed to work on the office refurbishment of 27-28 Windmill Street. The building was constructed in the 1990’s and is located in the Charlotte Street Conservation area. The proposal includes a roof top extension and a new façade which takes inspiration from the adjacent listed building The Rising Sun Public house.

                                    Size: 9,976 SQ.FT
                                    Client: Private
                                    Status: Pre-Planning
                                    Heritage Consultant: Bidwells LLP
                                    Planning Consultant: Montagu Evans
                                    Local Authority: London Borough of Camden
                                    Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects

                                      19 February 2021

                                      MW-A have been appointed to work on the office refurbishment of 27-28 Windmill Street. The building was constructed in the 1990’s and is located in the Charlotte Street Conservation area. The proposal includes a roof top extension and a new façade which takes inspiration from the adjacent listed building The Rising Sun Public house.

                                      Size: 9,976 SQ.FT
                                      Client: Private
                                      Status: Pre-Planning
                                      Heritage Consultant: Bidwells LLP
                                      Planning Consultant: Montagu Evans
                                      Local Authority: London Borough of Camden
                                      Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects

                                      Notting Hill House

                                      12 February 2021

                                      MWA are delighted be working with Marylebone based developer Euroterra Capital on the conversion of this prestigious building into 6no. super prime residential apartments.

                                      Currently measuring 5,900sqft in size, the six storey Queen Anne style townhouse will be the first in Euroterra’s “Limited Edition” portfolio. The Edwardian block is located adjacent to Hyde Park in the heart of Notting Hill.

                                      Size: 5,900 SQ.FT
                                      Client: Euroterra Captial
                                      Status: Planning
                                      Local Authority: Westminster City Council
                                      Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects

                                        12 February 2021

                                        MWA are delighted be working with Marylebone based developer Euroterra Capital on the conversion of this prestigious building into 6no. super prime residential apartments.

                                        Currently measuring 5,900sqft in size, the six storey Queen Anne style townhouse will be the first in Euroterra’s “Limited Edition” portfolio. The Edwardian block is located adjacent to Hyde Park in the heart of Notting Hill.

                                        Size: 5,900 SQ.FT
                                        Client: Euroterra Captial
                                        Status: Planning
                                        Local Authority: Westminster City Council
                                        Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects

                                        Elm Tree Road Family Home Starts on Site

                                        11 February 2021

                                        Works have commenced on site at this family home in St John’s Wood, adjacent to Lord’s Cricket Ground. Proposals include extensions at ground, first and second floor levels that rationalise and enhance the existing building, whilst uplifting the gross internal floor area by over 850sqft.

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                                        Size: 5,988 SQ.FT
                                        Client: Private
                                        Status: On Site
                                        Structural Engineer: Form SD
                                        M&E Engineer: David Stillman Associates
                                        Quantity Surveyor: Brendan Hennessy Associates
                                        Arboriculturalist: John Cromar Arboricultural Company
                                        Landscape Designer: James Holderness
                                        Approved Inspector: Salus
                                        Local Authority: Westminster City Council
                                        Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects

                                          11 February 2021

                                          Works have commenced on site at this family home in St John’s Wood, adjacent to Lord’s Cricket Ground. Proposals include extensions at ground, first and second floor levels that rationalise and enhance the existing building, whilst uplifting the gross internal floor area by over 850sqft.

                                          Read more about the project here

                                          Size: 5,988 SQ.FT
                                          Client: Private
                                          Status: On Site
                                          Structural Engineer: Form SD
                                          M&E Engineer: David Stillman Associates
                                          Quantity Surveyor: Brendan Hennessy Associates
                                          Arboriculturalist: John Cromar Arboricultural Company
                                          Landscape Designer: James Holderness
                                          Approved Inspector: Salus
                                          Local Authority: Westminster City Council
                                          Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects

                                          Abbey Gardens Receives Planning Approval

                                          10 February 2021

                                          2021 has kicked off with a successful start following the recently approved full planning and listed building consent for the redevelopment of the Grade II Listed property at Abbey Gardens in St. John’s Wood.

                                          The development proposals include extensive remodelling internally to refurbish the period property which dates from the mid-19th century, the replacement of an existing rear extension with a modern glazed addition and re-planning of the existing rear garden to introduce an external terrace along with tiered planters. Works will commence on site in Q2 2021.

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                                          Size: 2,554 sqft
                                          Client: Private
                                          Status: Planning/ Stage 3
                                          M&E Engineer: Cundall
                                          Structural Engineer: Form SD
                                          Quantity Surveyor: Millbridge
                                          Heritage Consultant: Bidwells
                                          Acoustic Consultant: Cundall
                                          Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
                                          Local Authority: Westminster City Council

                                            10 February 2021

                                            2021 has kicked off with a successful start following the recently approved full planning and listed building consent for the redevelopment of the Grade II Listed property at Abbey Gardens in St. John’s Wood.

                                            The development proposals include extensive remodelling internally to refurbish the period property which dates from the mid-19th century, the replacement of an existing rear extension with a modern glazed addition and re-planning of the existing rear garden to introduce an external terrace along with tiered planters. Works will commence on site in Q2 2021.

                                            Read more about the project here

                                            Size: 2,554 sqft
                                            Client: Private
                                            Status: Planning/ Stage 3
                                            M&E Engineer: Cundall
                                            Structural Engineer: Form SD
                                            Quantity Surveyor: Millbridge
                                            Heritage Consultant: Bidwells
                                            Acoustic Consultant: Cundall
                                            Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
                                            Local Authority: Westminster City Council

                                            Beach Front Residence

                                            03 February 2021

                                            MWA are preparing proposals for the redevelopment of a beach front property in Bournemouth. With its unique position on the coast of Bournemouth, the site offers panoramic views of the English Channel and beyond. A high quality building is proposed to replace the existing property which has been subject to unsympathetic alterations. Proposals consist of a new-build private dwelling and seek to restore the original hierarchy and grandeur of the existing building.

                                            Size: 11,300 SQ.FT
                                            Client: Private
                                            Status: Pre-Planning
                                            Project Manager: Radcliffes
                                            Structural Engineer: Expedition
                                            Cost Consultants: Wheeler Group
                                            Heritage Consultant: Bidwells
                                            Daylight & Sunlight Consultant: Malcolm Hollis
                                            Planning Consultant: Montagu Evans
                                            Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.

                                              03 February 2021

                                              MWA are preparing proposals for the redevelopment of a beach front property in Bournemouth. With its unique position on the coast of Bournemouth, the site offers panoramic views of the English Channel and beyond. A high quality building is proposed to replace the existing property which has been subject to unsympathetic alterations. Proposals consist of a new-build private dwelling and seek to restore the original hierarchy and grandeur of the existing building.

                                              Size: 11,300 SQ.FT
                                              Client: Private
                                              Status: Pre-Planning
                                              Project Manager: Radcliffes
                                              Structural Engineer: Expedition
                                              Cost Consultants: Wheeler Group
                                              Heritage Consultant: Bidwells
                                              Daylight & Sunlight Consultant: Malcolm Hollis
                                              Planning Consultant: Montagu Evans
                                              Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.