ARCHITECTURE: Commercial/Office/Hotel Building or Project

20A Northburgh Street

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20A Northburgh Street – Noboro – in Clerkenwell was commissioned by CABU, a newly formed company specialising in prefabricated modular buildings, for their new London headquarters. Having designed the company’s modular offerings, we were asked to look at extending the vacant and somewhat forlorn ancillary building to the rear of the main properties of Great Sutton Street. The existing 100sqm building is typical of those found in the area and bears the trademark fletton bricks, crittal windows and prominent lintels […]

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Quarry Studios

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The studio complex is sited in a former quarry, surrounded by a heavily wooded area near the geographic centre of the Cairngorms National Park.  Anchored around two concrete monoliths, the principal studio and café buildings represent the private and public aspects of practice: encouraging collaboration and concentration. The building form has been configured to nestle into the surrounding moraine landform of drumlin and esker. Tucked into the bowl of the quarry with the roofline set parallel to the escarpment edge […]

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Durslade Farm Shop

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Since opening in 2014 Hauser & Wirth’s art centre in Bruton, Somerset (UK) has become a significant cultural institution creating numerous jobs and drawing hundreds of thousands of people to the area.  The farm shop is the latest addition to a site that has evolved organically over the centuries. Moxon worked closely on the concept with Luis Laplace, the architect for the wider site. Consolidating and expanding the existing estate shop in a more welcoming and accessible location, it offers […]

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Lockerbie sawmill office & visitor meeting rooms

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Lockerbie Sawmill office & visitor meeting rooms   James Jones & Sons Ltd are the UK’s largest sawmiller and their flagship mill at Lockerbie is used as a showcase for modern sawmilling. The brief was to create a building to welcome visitor groups of up to 40 people and provide additional office and staff accommodation.   The building takes the form of two offset pitched forms: a single storey office wing and a two-storey volume housing the reception, meeting rooms […]

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Rutherglen Links Office Pavilions

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No. 2 & 3 Rutherglen Links Office Pavilions are the final phase in the redevelopment of this former industrial brownfield site. They are the last piece of the jigsaw for the Clyde Gateway regenerative masterplan project for the immediate area. The adjacent plots have all been sequentially developed over the last few years for both commercial and industrial use. The site sits neatly alongside the northern side of the M74 corridor in Rutherglen. The Development brief was for two simple […]

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