Last week saw the completion of our 4-storey exposed concrete core at our Portal House project. The concrete walls span from the basement to the roof, crowned by a large skylight atop, bringing light cascading down the space and illuminating the centre of the house from within. Acting as a node of vertical circulation, the sculptural nature of the concrete, also defines the building in plan. The ED team were on site to witness the final pour and are extremely happy with the results.
Our project in Muswell Hill, North London received planning permission this week. The proposal is for a contemporary open plan family home which recedes into the steep bank side of the site. We're looking forward to getting started on the development.
Edgley Design recently gained planning approval for Uphill Road a modern, open plan five bed family home. We are looking forward to getting going on site.
Our proposal for the London Russian Ballet School has received planning permission. It involves the major extension and refurbishment to a listed building, stripping back, excavating below and extending to the rear of the original nineteenth century structure to create a modern ballet school with fantastic facilities.
Being one of the most significant projects we have worked on to date, we are delighted with the result and look forward to building it!
Ashley House is being demolished in preparation to start building on site. We are looking forward to moving the project on to the next stage.
Chalk Farm Road, our latest residential refurbishment and extension project for four flats in Camden, North London has now reached practical completion.
Edgley Design are delighted to announce that our design for Upland Road, a contemporary new build family home on a backland site in South East London, has been granted planning permission this month. We can't wait to get the project into its next phase.