Excited to announce that our proposal for 24 new homes and commercial space in Stockwell Green, Lambeth has received planning permission!
Located within a conservation area, 2-7 Stockwell Green compliments the immediate site and the local area through the use of three blocks that step up incrementally from the adjacent Hudson House to address the taller Glassyard building.
The proposal delivers a contemporary mixed-use development, engaging a strong community aspect for residents with a series of shared spaces providing high quality amenity, aspect and outlook. The facade of the building references the traditional materiality of the area; buff brick, light bronze zinc cladding, and decorative back lit panels are layered throughout the project to fit the building within the surrounding context. The brickwork is detailed with patterns of recessed and protruding bricks, and a secondary contrasting metal-clad inner layer highlights openings and balconies as well as the duel aspect windows that feature in every dwelling as standard.
We’re delighted to announce that we have received DA/Planning approval from Northern Beaches Council for a new family home in Seaforth, Sydney: Ponsonby Parade.
Located on a 5.5m high sandstone ledge, the proposals reimagine an existing bungalow through a series of additions and extrusions that capture and frame Middle Harbour views.
We are thrilled to have received planning approval for a mixed-use development on Shore Road in Hackney.
The project will transform a disused industrial site into 13 new dwellings and 7 commercial units for small to medium-sized businesses.
We are thrilled to announce our project Gladstone Parade has been granted planning permission in the London Borough of Brent. The scheme will feature 38 apartments and 4 commercial units.
Read more about the project on the Architect’s Journal Online.
We are delighted to announce that our mixed-use development Dace Road has been granted planning by the London Legacy Development Committee.
The live-work focused scheme is part of a series of projects developing in the heart of Fish Island Village.
Find out more on the Architects’ Journal online.
We are excited for our first completed project in Sydney, Catalina Crescent, to be featured in the January edition of Grand Designs Australia Magazine.
Further details on the project can be found in our portfolio.
We are pleased to announce we have the go ahead for eight canal side homes in East London. Read more about our Old Ford Road scheme at the Architects Journal online.
pH+ Are thrilled to be involved with the London Festival of Architecture.
Our installation will run from the 18th June – 03rd July.
Join pH+ Architects on the 25th June for our Family Fun Day @ ‘The Milkshake Tree’ in collaboration with the London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy. In conjunction with the ‘Empathy Museum’ at the NOW Gallery, Greenwich Peninsula, we are showcasing an experiential installation that stimulates and encourages play through sounds, smells, movement and reflections.
‘The Milkshake Tree’ has allowed us to play and explore some of the elements of the design for our specialist school project whilst creating a space for the public to enjoy at the Festival.
Afterwards, the installation will be taken to the Centre’s playground to be reinstalled as play equipment.
Bring a picnic and enjoy the installation. You’ll be able to try out the xylophone walkway and sensory garden. Plus lots more to see and do. It’s a great opportunity to learn more about our project and have a great day out. The installation is joint venture with Greenwich Peninsula, BD Landscape Architects, construction company City Sq, and Creative Aluminium Solutions.
We are honoured to be nominated for the New London Architecture Wellbeing Category Award.
Congratulations to all the practices shortlisted.