What we build

This new-build rural house near Ascot was designed as a passivhaus and in 2006 was destined to be the UK’s first certified passivhaus building.

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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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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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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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Our redesign of the Mansell Street entrance of Tower Gateway station in east London regenerated its facilities and reduced crime and antisocial behaviour. The site, formerly a derelict piece of land between a bust road, a multi-storey car park and an elevated railway line, was heavily used by the public despite the risk of crime.

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