• Patrick and Amelia’s Place


  • Oli and Annie’s Place

  • Faye and Daniel’s Place

  • Craig’s Place

    This is our complete strip out, internal remodel and refurbishment of a 2-bed, 2-storey maisonette in an ex-council development in Bermondsey. All of the joinery, staircase and kitchen has been designed bespoke to suit the needs of the client, and with the flat being modest in size it had to be super functional and at the same time maintain a feeling of light and space throughout.

    The bespoke joinery unit houses kitchen equipment and storage on one side, and a sliding screen revealing the TV, art and storage on the other, whilst at the same time creating distinct zones for the kitchen and living / dining area.

  • Keith’s Place

  • Jess and Reuven’s Place

  • Simon and Carolyn’s Place

  • Peckham Levels Wayfinding System

    Peckham Levels tasked us with developing an internal wayfinding system for the building, as the start of an ongoing sequence of special projects for Levels. The wayfinding system and subsequent graphic was born out of an analysis of the building’s levels as well as the way people will be moving around them. The colours and graphics have been combined in an effort to help members and visitors navigate around this surprisingly simple, yet surprisingly disorientating building – there is a reason why people lose their cars in car parks!

    The graphics you see and experience within the stairwell are an amalgamation of the building levels and the colour coding system. As you move up and down the stairwell, the colour(s) you are surrounded by reflect the level(s) inside the main building. This is what drives the split colour coding on the entrance landings and full colour coding on the half landings. The split nature of the graphic is designed to help you understand which levels you are entering and which you are leaving. The handrails are also split in colour to help with wayfinding, and point towards the levels above and below you so you know which direction to head for that level.

    These colour coding and graphic forms have been designed as a wayfinding system which can be easily scaled from a two-dimensional graphic for informational or marketing purposes, to a three-dimensional spatial experience within the stairwell, the ramps, and the building itself.

  • MeScape

    MeScape is a site-specific installation centred around the concept of ‘well-being’ that merges art, architecture, and placemaking.

    Taking cues from the geographic orientation of Peckham Levels as well as the wide array of businesses on Levels 5 and 6, MeScape is a pixelated skyscape that represents a journey through time and symbolises the time we all spend trying to achieve a balanced and harmonious sense of comfort, health, and happiness…what ever that might mean to each of us.

    Made up of 636 individual sections of acrylic mirror in a wide array of colours, MeScape has been designed to dramatically change the way the space looks and feels, but importantly the way people interact with the space and its architecture. The mirrored acrylic sections have been installed in such a way to provide multiple, fragmented reflections which allow people to see themselves in ‘a new light’ and from ‘a different perspective’, whilst providing an opportunity for playful interactions as they move through the space.

    Conceptually MeScape is a reminder that the way we exercise, the food we eat, the friends we keep and the life we lead all impact upon the self-image we hold and ultimately, the sense of wellbeing we feel.

  • Johnston Work’s Place

  • Ellen and Jonathan’s Place

  • Craig and Siobhan’s Place

  • The Collective Canary Wharf

    ‘Emote’ is an installation for The Collective that seeks to depict a series of emotions, a small number among the many that we are capable of feeling. Each lift is designed to represent an emotion through the use of colour and graphic form. Through a careful analysis of the link between colour, form and emotion the graphic representation developed for each lift was distributed across the available surfaces internally and externally.

    The installation was also designed to be an immersive physiological experience. Coloured light filters to suit each lift were installed so that when travelling inside, user’s eyes will naturally adapt to the specific lighting conditions of each. When users then exit the lifts their eyes will re-adapt to the conditions of the lobbies. This process of adaptation within the chromatic experience is a representation of physiological change through different emotional states, as well as the link between emotion and physical wellbeing.

    We chose the 4 emotions that we feel members of The Collective will most identify with, and importantly those that they will benefit most from:

    Trust – To connect with people who help. The colour we have selected to represent the emotion of Trust is Green. This colour is used to restore energy and promote growth, which are important factors in building strong relationships.

    Joy – To remind us what’s important. The colour we have selected to represent the emotion of Joy is Yellow. This colour is used to stimulate and energise, which are important factors in fully appreciating and experiencing a sense of happiness.

    Anticipation – To look forward and plan. The colour we have selected to represent the emotion of Anticipation is Orange. This colour is used to express freedom and fascinate, which are important factors when making optimistic and progressive plans for the future.

    Surprise – To focus on new situations. The colour we have selected to represent the emotion of Surprise is Blue. This colour is used to reduce stress and create calmness, which is important when trying to gather thoughts and process new or complex information.

  • Renato and Dave’s Place

  • Martin and Ann-Marie’s Place

  • Chris and Margaret’s Place

  • Gary’s Place


  • The Poolhouse

    This project was a swimming pool extension and refurbishment around which we created a new open-air jacuzzi along side a sauna, gym, cinema, and games facility at the end of our client’s garden.

    All landscaping and planting is new so we can’t wait to re-visit the project in a couple of years time when the garden grows into the building, watch this space…

    All lighting and electronics work through ‘Control 4’ and are automated and programmed to the client’s needs, meaning the building and lansdscape is illuminated through the clients movement through the space.

  • Robbie and Roberta’s Place

  • Mindshare

  • Resorts World Birmingham, Placemaking + Wayfinding

    This is an architecturally-responsive Placemaking + Wayfinding system at Resorts World Birmingham for Genting UK.

    The installation sits within the central triple-storey atrium and combines a new colour coding system with visual art to celebrate the structure, form and organisation of the building, as well as the flow of movement within it.

    Developed through a 2D and 3D analysis of the space means that this is not simply art applied to the surface of architecture, it’s art entirely driven by the architecture itself.