26 | 11 | 2014
Peter Morris Architects design an extension and refurbishment to an Edwardian mid-terrace property in Muswell Hill, within the 'Lakes Roads' conservation area. A structural glass window seat and side extension sits sympathetically with the properties original period features and character.
28 | 10 | 2014
New build extension and refurbishment to a Victorian terrace house in Islington.
25 | 10 | 2014
New build extension to a Victorian terrace house in Islington.
At Peter Morris Architects we are very pleased to have been given the opportunity to design a contemporary extension to a mid-century semi-detached house in Forest Hill, London. The context informed the design right from the start. Sited on a long thin rear garden, the extension near the original house folds down to both neighbours to maintain their views and reduce the sense of enclosure.
Peter Morris Architects are designing an extension to a 1950's house in Primrose Hill, London.
27 | 05 | 2014
Peter Morris Architects design extension for a property in Peckham, London.
22 | 05 | 2014
Peter Morris Architects design affordable housing for social enterprise Home Work Play (www.homeworplay.com)
20 | 05 | 2014 Bermondsey Peter Morris Architects design a private house in Bermondsey, London, in shape of flower, inspired by the clients garden.
17 | 05 | 2014 100% Design Peter Morris Architects proposal for a stand at 100% Design
21 | 03 | 2014 Wedmore Street Children's bedroom for penthouse on a roof in Islington design by Peter Morris Architects.
26 | 02 | 2014 Cannonbury Park North Road Peter Morris Architects design extension to 1950's house, in conservation area in Islington.
19 | 02 | 2014 Notting Hill Gate Private home in Notting Hill Gate conservation area designed by Peter Morris Architects is finished.
05 | 02 | 2014 Fort Road Peter Morris Architects design an extension to a private home, in a conservation area in Southwark
13 | 12 | 2013 Peabody Competition PMA have submitted a design for Peabody Small Practices Competition. We designed 8 residential units on a tight urban site behind the 'Victorian Villa' type pub St John's on Junction Road, in Islington.
18 | 11 | 2013 Yerbury Road Designs develop for a new build extension in Islington, London.
25 | 07 | 2013 Yerbury Primary School Peter Morris Architects are working with Yerbury Primary School in Islington, London. Taking inspiration from Victorian ironmongery and the recent Serpentine Pavilion. We are creating a new stairs, gates and archway from thin sections of metal to create a beautiful shimmering gold sculptural epitaph to the joy of small spaces, for small people.
19 | 09 | 2013 to 22 | 09 | 2013 TENT LONDON & SUPER BRANDS LONDON Peter Morris Architects have won a competition to inhabit a space at Tent London venue during the London Design Festival. Come along and get free design advice from Peter at Old Truman Brewery, Hanbury Street, London E1 6QR
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28 | 08 | 2013 Belgravia Peter Morris Architects appointed to work on new build and refurb project in Belgravia, London. Design started with a colour concept drawing of the rear of the property. Click on the link to see how the design developed.
24 | 07 | 2013 Queens Park Gardens Peter Morris Architects are working with Queens Park Forum and City Westminster Council to design community gardens in Queens Park. PMA have been working closely with the community to create imaginative and sustainable park spaces, playgrounds and structures to inhabit and enjoy by all ages. The designs have been developed to utilize small modules to allow the for the structures to be party self built, like barn raising in the USA.
23 | 07 | 2013 Watling Street Peter Morris Architects have joined forces with Foundation Architecture on retail and office building project in the city of London. Its location takes advantage of a dramatic London Skyline.
19 | 07 | 2013 Bow-Nanza Bownanza is an exciting new scheme to promote street food culture in Bromley-by-Bow and across London. It was created by Architects Peter Morris Dominic McKenzie with Dan Hopewell and Rick Levene from the Bromley-by-Bow Centre.
10 | 07 | 2013 Pembridge Place High end refburbishment and new build of existing villa in Notting Hill, with Feeny Mallindine Architects
02 | 07 | 2013 Craig Park Youth Centre Craig Park Youth Centre complete and open for business.
26 | 06 | 2013 Evening Standard Q&A Peter Morris will be answering your Architectural questions in the Homes and Property section of the Evening Standard every week. Starting Wednesday 26th June, 2013. If you have a questions do not hesitate to email the Evening Standard or contact me directly. If you are not based in London, then you can access my article online or on your smartphone - http://www.homesandproperty.co.uk/
21 | 05 | 2013 Bow-nanza Peter Morris Architects and Dominic McKenzie Architects have joined forces for a competition winning scheme, exploring issues of community engagement and skills, to create new local food businesses in and around Bromley by Bow.
13 | 04 | 2013 Listening Pod Competition Competition entry for BBC Listening Pod Competition.
03 | 04 | 2013 Cotswolds Proposed new build house in Cotswold's. Based on the design of a traditional long barn. Contemporary details are used alongside traditional material, such as vertical timber boarding.
01 | 04 | 2013 Great Fen Competition Competition entry for Great Fen Competition in Cambridge.
11 | 03 | 2013 Mons Cheese Following research with Mary Portas Review at Birmingham University PMA design retail unit for Mons Cheese in Borough Market, London.
20 | 01 | 2013 Cheltenham Concept design for extension to a family home in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. The existing building is a terrace house with unusually long garden. The design creates a new kitchen dining area, while also linking the garden activities.