What we build
A competition-winning viewing canopy in Gloucester’s Eastgate street which improves the public presence of the city’s oldest surviving Roman and medieval ruins by providing a place to contemplate the archaeological remains. The design features a reflecting wall which allows people a better view of what lies beneath.Read more
In October 2012, our scheme for the new Savoy Pier was awarded planning permission.Read more
This project for a new glass addition to the back of a listed house in South London established bere:architects, in the late 1990's, as a leading innovator in the use of structural glass. The project tested a new stacked-glass structural column design to support the glass walls and roof of the new rear conservatory, a solution which was then used for the London Wall Pizza Express project.Read more
A low-energy retrofit of an old stone thatched cottage with new Passivhaus additions for a self-building client who is an expert in permaculture and intends to use the cottage, outbuildings, and nine acres of land to create a near self-sufficient life.
The project has planning permission and will be largely self-built during 2011 and 2012.
The scheme at the end of Exmouth Market is a mixed use façade retention development, incorporating a new Passivhaus roof top extension. The scheme is intended to revitalise the north end of the historic Exmouth Market in Clerkenwell, London, and is due to start on site in January 2012.Read more
When completed Lound Hall will be the UK’s first Passivhaus nursing home, with a core focus on fresh air ventilation, comfort and healthy living conditions. The new extension at Lound Hall is in response to unprecedented demand for places as a result of Lound Hall’s focus on high quality traditional nursing care, as well as the changing national demographics.Read more