Nash Baker Architects were appointed to complete a full internal refurbishment at a Grade II listed building in London's Kensington. We worked with Jack Trench to deliver our client a beautifully finished fitted Kitchen in American White Oak and Corian.
We have been granted planning consent to carry out a full internal refurbishment and extension of a grade II listed building in Bow, East London. The three storey mid-century Georgian townhouse is due to be transformed with it's current historic layout reimagined to create an open plan living space on the upper ground floor, additional living spaces to the lower ground floor and a new beautifully landscaped garden.
We are very excited to have commenced construction at the handsome three storey property in Kensington, we have been working on. The plans outline a full internal refurbishment of this mid-terrace Victorian house, along with the addition of a two storey glazed rear extension and excavation of the front garden to form a subterranean utility space. The clients have chosen to us to give their family home of twenty years a new contemporary feel, with maximised space and light, whilst honouring the building's distinct heritage
Planning has been submitted for a new family home to be built in the West End conversation area in Esher. The clients, a young family, set their brief to create a family home which maximised space and light with sustainability at the forefront of it's design. The proposed two storey home built in red brick with contrasting vertical black timber, will utilise building materials and techniques to minimise it's carbon footprint, length of build and disruption to neighbours.
Nash Baker have submitted a planning and listed building application for a grade II listed building in Little Venice. The proposal seeks to convert the current four flats into a single family dwelling, retaining the historic stucco finish while an exciting two storey crittall style extension is built at the rear of the property.
Nash Baker has been appointed to conduct the full refurbishment of a terraced house house in Knightsbridge, London. The visualisation show the early proposals for the design and concept
The final interior fixtures and fittings are being installed in the Grade II listed, Kensington apartment refurbishment project by Nash Baker. We look forward to sharing the full project photos with you soon.
Nash Baker architects are excited to be appointed by a repeat client on a refurbishment and basement extension project in Knightsbridge.
Nash Baker have been working on proposals for a new housing development in Suffolk; which harmoniously works within its site context, and utilises a palette of local materials. This exciting mixed-use development aims to provide a broad range of housing options in this attractive rural location.
Works have recently drawn to a conclusion on the full refurbishment of a 1,500 sqft Grade II listed apartment in Kensington. From appointment to handover, the project was completed within 8 months, and to a very high standard. We look forward to sharing the full project photos with you shortly.
Works are now drawing to a conclusion at our careful 3 year restoration and extension of an exceptional detached Grade II listed property in Bedford Park (pictured).
Also completed this year was the creation of a new basement with full refurbishment of a Wandsworth townhouse, the demolition and rebuilding of a Notting Hill townhouse, and two large apartment refurbishments within grand listed Chelsea mansion blocks.
Works have just started on site for the creation of a new basement with swimming pool, and full renovation of a handsome Grade II listed property in Brompton Square, SW3. This complex and innovative design will be on site for some time, and we look forward to sharing the results with you.
Nash Baker are proud entrants in this years Gingerbread City organised by the Museum of Architecture. Our design focused upon sustainable principals; using rammed ginger walls, charred timber fins and installing a sense of community spirit with shared allotments and gardens. We'd love you to go visit, and the exhibition showing the work of lots of designers and engineers is open until Friday 22nd December, at 27 Thurloe Street, South Kensington, London, SW7 2LQ.
We are delighted to announce that Church Farm has recently been awarded winner in the ‘Conservation & Extension’ category of the Suffolk Quality of Place Awards 2017. The judges praised the creation of: ‘such a high quality scheme of repair and reconfiguration by the addition of the extension which has blended the old with the new very successfully.’
We are delighted to announce that for the second year running Nash Baker Architects have had a project shortlisted for Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Council's Quality of Place Award. The awards were established to celebrate the effort being made by people across Suffolk Coastal to add to the quality of our environment, by creating high quality designs in both the built and natural environment and helping to conserve our historic buildings.
We please to announce the publication of our Broad Street House in Taschen’s latest coffee table tome: '100 Contemporary Brick Buildings'. This project has previously been shortlisted for numerous awards, and demonstrates a careful juxtaposition of contemporary new-build design with traditional materials and craftsmanship.
Today's site inspection of our latest extension in Portland stone and steel windows
The City of Westminster approved our scheme to extend and subdivide this 365m2 penthouse into three flats (3-bed, 3-bed and 2-bed) totally 434m2. This development provides additional high quality housing stock in the borough which we think is a great result for everyone.
For the fourth year running, Nash Baker Architects have been awarded 'Best of Houzz' in their design category.
Nash Baker are working with our clients to create a new basement to this home in Wandsworth, along with a full refurbishment of the property