St Stephen Avenue. New block of flats with six modern apartments, formed on the site of the old garage in Shepherd's Bush, which proved to be highly contaminated and requiring extensive decontamination before the change to residential use of the site could be consented by the Local Authority. The narrow conformation of the site, surrounded by existing buildings increased to the structural challenging in the development of the space. The end result was a new three storey building, with six minimalist and modern apartments in west London....












Wimbledon House. The New Modern House built on the side garden of this 1950s terrace block transformed in a new minimalist and modern house just outside Wimbledon village. The conformation of the original side garden was challenging and uneven, the design intent aimed in harmonising the modern design with the fabric of the original terrace block. The design of the new addition enabled to maximise the space available creating a surprisingly bright and spacious house...





The button's factory mews. Three New Town houses built on the old disused site of a former factory's buttons in Croydon. The site has been redeveloped to deliver three new detached and modern houses. The unusual shape of the site, proximity of trees and adjacent properties required a different structural approach for for each one of the three units, aiming to deliver the Architects design with a cost effective structural scheme... 




Greenwich Quay. The existing office building just outside Greenwich maritime village was redeveloped and split in six new residential apartments. The change of use of the building required some radical changes to the existing structure, relying on the perimeter load bearing masonry walls supporting the internal steel structures and precast concrete planks...





Wetherby Road. The two storey apartment in a walking distance from Earls Court tube station, undergone an extensive architectural "lift up" with few key alterations of the original internal space requiring some structural intervention to support the retained 3 storey above. The result was sublime and deserved several mentioned in architectural magazines.. 






Eriswell Crescent, Burwood Park, Hersham. The property was one of the 19 houses on the private development of Burwood Park in Hersham. The clients required an extensive two storey addition to the existing timber frame property, adding significant floor space to the original house. 






Upper Grosvenor Street, Mayfair. The refurbishment of the penthouse apartment in Mayfair to open up the floor plan and existing roof to form a large glass roof light to allow plenty of solar gain in the living space of this luxury apartment. 







Bockhampton Road, Kingston upon Thames. The client brief was simple, add more living space to the existing Victorian house, maximise daylight, living space and make the most of the beautiful garden....






Phelam Street, South Kensington. MDA Structures was instructed to design the alterations of the original mews house to renovate this small town house in South Kensington, by creating an open plan living space, modern a minimalist... 






Upper Brockley Road, Brockley.  A New Block of Flats designed in South East London. The previous use of the site as petrol station first, then as car washing, required extensive decontamination before its redevelopment to deliver a new four storey block of flats coudl began. With the site resulting contaminated by its previous use, extensive decontamination had to take place to allow its residential change of use. High water table and being confined between two main roads, added to the challenging of the structural design. The reinforced concrete basement box had to be suspended on a grillage of piles, with flat slabs adopted for the above floors.


Waldeck Road, Ealing. New Town House built on the section of the end garden of the terrace block. To meet the stringent planning criteria most of the house had to be built under ground. Two storey were created under ground, to accommodate the bedrooms and ensuite, with the living space located above ground. The limited dimension of the site, the necessity to retain and accommodate in the design the load generated by the adjacent properties, the necessity to suspend the new basement to suit site conditions, and deliver a stylished architecture all added to the challenge of the design. 


Longfield Lane, Cheshunt, Waltham Cross. A New Block of Terrace Houses, consisting in six new houses, built in the existing green site next to the tributary river of Cheshunt reservoir. the development of the site required the design of a new access road, parking, flood defense had to be integrated in the design in addition to the structural design of the new houses. Suspended foundations, beams & blocks floor, traditional load bearing walls supporting the timber floors and roofs, were part of our design...   


Shirlock Road, Gospel Oak. A fully glass addition to deliver a modern glass side extension addition to the existing Victorian House, with a zinc cantilevered canopy and glass roof inserted into the traditional facing brick construction of the existing Victorian house.   

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