C3M Studio have submitted planning for the reconfiguration of a Grade II listed mews house in the heart of the Baywater Conservation Area in Westminster. Works include the careful reconfiguration of internal spaces, with sensitively handled external alterations to the mews facade to improve access to the property. The proposals will create a modern family residence whilst maintaining and preserving the heritage significance of the listed building.
C3M STUDIO’s Christopher Cockrell is lecturing at Nottingham Trent University’s School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment on the practice’s recent works on 22nd January.
C3M STUDIO are pleased to have been appointed by The Vision Foundation (formely The Greater London Fund for the Blind) to remodel their existing headquarters in Central London. The Vision Foundation has been supporting and speaking out on behalf of blind and partially sighted people across London for close to 100 years.
C3M STUDIO’s Clare Moore has been selected as a Shortlisitng Judge in this year’s Design Ventura at the Design Museum. Design Ventura is a free, design and enterprise challenge for students in years 9, 10 and 11, supported by industry professionals.
New lead clad dormers, re-pointing of brickwok, restoration of stone and re-painting of stucco detailing, breathe new life into an excellent example of an inter war warehouse building. In addition to fully refurbished and re-imagined interiors, a substantial roof terrace now provides staff and visitors outdoor amenity with excellent views across Clerkenwell and the City of London.
C3M STUDIO’S Christopher Cockrell is lecturing at Nottingham Trent University’s School of Architecture, Design and the Built Envirnoment on Materials and Lighting on 30th October.