What we build

Bere:architects was commissioned to transform the reception area of this leading barristers’ chambers in Lincoln’s Inn, one of numerous chambers in the historic Inns of Court that we have sensitively upgraded over a period of ten years.

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Bere:architects completely remodelled this Clerkenwell loft for a famous theatre designer as a calm and comfortable retreat from the pressures of a hectic professional life. Bespoke furniture and fittings were made from natural materials including limed oak, saddle leather and steel.

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This law chambers in Lincoln’s Inn Fields wanted a beautiful but economical refurbishment of a badly neglected historic building. We managed the total refurbishment of the building and developed the colour scheme with Curtis Bran paint specialists. We also detailed and manufactured the furniture and signage throughout chambers.

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This law chambers in Lincoln’s Inn Fields wanted a beautiful but economical refurbishment of a badly neglected historic building. We managed the total refurbishment of the building and developed the colour scheme with Curtis Bran paint specialists. We also detailed and manufactured the furniture and signage throughout chambers.

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Years of neglect and extensive dry rot had caused major damage to one of the largest and finest Grade II listed houses in Notting Hill in West London. The French classical interiors had been divided into flats, and in returning the building to a single double-fronted house, bere:architects recreated the splendour of the original interiors, demonstrating a real empathy for historic buildings.

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Case study 296 is a ‘stepping stone’ towards our aim of producing an ecologically advanced Passivhaus refurbishment of a Listed London terrace house, combining many health benefits for the occupants with advanced low energy design.

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