Fed up of renting in London, Design Engineer Joe Stuart and Service Designer Lina Nilsson decided to build their own on a tiny, 38 square metre plot of land in East London. With a budget of just under £200k, they set about delivering Joe’s innovative concept for a six half-floor house with floating concrete slab, designed to maximise the space into a small but perfectly formed 83 square meters of home, all whilst being filmed by Channel 4’s Grand Designs. However, things soon went south…
Cundall’s new Hong Kong office is a showcase in how to cost-effectively deliver a first-class office fit-out whilst creating a healthy, efficient and future-proof space that is both kind to the environment and puts the wellbeing of occupants at the heart of the design.
The Robert Owen Academy in Hereford, was one of the first recipients to receive re-deployed buildings from the London Olympics in 2012. The government and the Olympic Committee were keen to ensure that the buildings could be re-used or recycled making the London Olympics as green as possible.
International multi-disciplinary engineering company, Cundall’s new London office at One Carter Lane is the first project in the UK and Europe to achieve WELL Certification through the WELL Building Standard (WELL).
The 20,509m² flagship Hilton London Bankside stands proudly in the heart of Bankside’s bustling and thriving tourist and arts district. Dexter Moren’s design for the £48m luxury hotel combines a deep understanding of the area’s past with an understated quality that speaks positively to the building’s future.