With the 2050 net zero target now firmly established, it is worth reflecting on the fact that 80% of the buildings that will exist in 2050 have already been built. This places our existing built heritage firmly in the frame in terms of the ability to meet these targets given that this is where the bulk of the work will need to be done.

Entrance portico to Ten Trinity Square, London EC3

We have a proud track record of sustaining and safeguarding valued heritage buildings and adaptive reuse projects to result in creative and contemporary spaces.

Our passionate curiosity about buildings and places commences with a detailed research process to fully understand the historical context, the retained built fabric, materials and craftsmanship of the original building.

The restored and extended courtyard at The Royal Exchange, a Grade I Listed building, now reopened as a public space at the heart of the City of London
Guestroom at Ten Trinity Square, London EC3 retaining historic features in contemporary style
Lift lobby at Adelphi, London WC2
Ten Trinity Square, London EC3

Our creative ideas, designs and technical solutions are sensitive to the historic context of the site and are achieved through experienced and thoughtful dialogue with planning authorities and special interest groups.

We enjoy the creative design and technical challenges associated with retaining or adapting our built heritage to ensure these buildings have a value and use well into the future

Adelphi, London WC2: the restored reception area reinstates the building’s axial relationship and features artwork based on the historic building reliefs referencing the building’s unique heritage
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