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
Nash Baker Architects have been working with our client to create a new proposal for 4 family homes in Maidenhead, which work with the local context
The footings and slab are going in for our new Portland stone clad rear extension to this Grade II listed dwelling
Approval has just been granted by Westminster City Council for the whole house refurbishment of this large Victoria Semi-detached house in the Maida Vale Conservation Area. The scheme includes a contemporary 4.5m rear extension and subterranean basement and was considered under Westminster's new basement policies.
Prior to sanding and finishing, the balustrade and spindles are installed at Victoria Gardens.
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We have been granted planning permission for a comprehensive renovation of a Grade II listed grand, Italianate style double-fronted property, located in the Chelsea Conservation Area. Constructed in 1853 by master builder George Todd, the property was most recently owned by interior designer Michael Inchbald.
Our Broad Street house was featured in Slovenian magazine HIŠE in their timber homes edition. The magazine is well worth checking out, with high quality features and beautiful layouts.
To celebrate our 10th anniversary Nash Baker went on an office trip to Lille; we took in the local architectural sites, including the Louvre Lens by Sanaa, the Villa Cavrois by Mallet-Stevens as well as enjoying the historic Old Town of Lille itself.
Our Church Farm House project has a 6 page feature in the October edition of Homes & Gardens magazine- on newsstands now!
The stairs at Victoria Gardens
Our Director Simon Baker, features in the current issue of London Property talking about working with property developers GAMA on our recently completed project at 75 Belsize Park Gardens.
This year Nash Baker Architects is celebrating a decade of outstanding design, on projects including new builds, extensions, refurbishments and the restoration of listed buildings.