The multi-function staircase and storage for materials, canvases and supplies continues to develop and take shape. A 4.5m large steel galvanising glazed door is fitted and the mezzanine extended studio awaits for glass floor inserts and balustrades.
Posts Categorized: Conservation
Syte Architects have been working with the Queen’s Park Ward in the City of Westminster on an urban rejuvenation scheme that intends to instigate a positive transformation of the Harrow Road – particularly the section between Ladbroke Grove and Maida Hill Market, for the Queen’s Park Community Council (QCPP).
Construction is progressing at Kingswood Avenue with the construction of the side infill extensions. The first stage in removing the existing walls involves inserting temporary steel props to take the load of the building above to enable the lower walls to be demolished.
The internal refurbishment of listed Artist Studio in St. John’s Wood is under way and the construction of the mezzanine level has moved forwards well. The mezzanine will provide an extended studio and storage space for the artist and features glass floors along the perimeter allowing light down to the space below.
Syte Architects are working on a project in the Queen’s Park neighbourhood involving infilling two sides of the original rear extension to the rear of a late Victorian house. The new family space will feature an open kitchen free of any columns or supports. The extension features two frameless glass volumes built to either side of the… Read more »
Syte Architects have recently submitted a planning application for a small extension and internal refurbishment to a Victorian corner terrace house in Queens Park.
Syte Architects have recently received listed building consent for internal alterations to an existing Artists Studio in St Johns Wood. The proposal consists of the insertion of a new steel mezzanine for the artist to use as a workspace which is linked to the ground floor through an integrated staircase/joinery unit. The studio at 26 Greville… Read more »