Campfield Road developments on site!
Our large rear extension and full house refurb in St Albans is starting to take shape!
Submitting for planning in Enfield for a newbuild end of terrace 100% social housing development
We have just submitted for full planning permission on this end of terrace new build in Enfield. The project is a 5 person 3 bed house that will provide emergency temporary accommodation to local London boroughs .
Denmark Mews, N17
We have submitted plans for a six-home scheme on an empty backlands plot in the shadow of Tottenham Hotspur FC’s New White Hart Lane stadium
The scheme in Haringey, North London, features four 84m² terraced houses, designed as three-bedroom, two-storey dwellings, each with its own private 7m² courtyard and 18.5m² terrace.
The end block will provide two flats: a 38m² first floor, one-bedroom, one-person apartment; and a 50m² one-bedroom, two-person flat with a 12m² courtyard. Read more about it at the Architects Journal here
Full planning permission for our project in Chiswick!
We have received full planning permission for this full house refurb, loft and rear ground floor extension...now the fun begins!
William Sutton Prize - Finalist
We're excited to be amongst the finalists for the William Sutton Prize for Social Innovation, with 'Two Front Doors', our concept for Intergenerational Living.
In some London boroughs, over 20% of households have more than one nuclear family living under the same roof and the majority of these are intergenerational setups. Our proposal acknowledges this largely ignored fact and not only offers a solution for bringing generations together, but for each to benefit from the value the other can bring to peoples lives; emotionally, practically and culturally.
We look forward to presenting the concept later on this month. Good luck to all shortlisted teams.
New year, new name!
After trading for a year as Adrian Hill Architects, Hill Patru Architects has finally landed!
North London project completed!
Our project in Kensal Rise is complete! With a large bench seat within the new oriel window as the centerpiece of the kitchen, this project is complete and ready just in time for Christmas!
HAPPI HOUR - Housing LIN
Milena and Adrian give a talk at the Housing LIN HAPPI HOUR event on intergenerational living. There were also presentations from Sue Engersdorff at Ready Generations and Tracey Paine at Belong who are doing some brilliant work in the field.
Adrian and Milena go into detail about their competition concept and also discuss ideas and aspirations for taking the proposals forward.
You can find a recording on the Housing LIN webpage or on youtube.
Crescent House planning approval
Our large house extension in St Albans gains planning approval. The single storey extension follows the fan of the Crescent Road it sits on, which creates a bold dynamic internally.
The project is due to commence on site in late spring.
This academic year sees Milena as a visiting lecturer at the University of Innsbruck, where she leads a design studio. In December, students are preparing for mid-term reviews of their proposals for 'Boris Limited' 87-95 Hertford Road, DeBeauvoir.
Boris Limited was once a hive of industrial activity, including wartime fuel canister making. Until recently the facility was home to bag and cotton bud making. The students have been asked to look at how the derelict facility could become once again a live part of the city, reinterpreting the relation between living and working spaces. They are working on the industrial era’s built legacy to accommodate post-pandemic realities.
Living by the North Circular
Adrian shares his thoughts with Enfield Council on an ongoing photographic essay entitled 'Living by the North Circular' with a lunchtime lecture.
Housing for the Future - Competition Winners
Adrian Hill Architects wins the Housing for the Future - Intergenerational Living open ideas competition run by Enfield Council and Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing.
Our entry, 'Two Front Doors' sought to address some of the problems surrounding the sharing of space with others. We believe the key to successful intergenerational living is to enable people to live together and apart at the same time, and for all to feel part of one vibrant community.
The benefits of sharing everyday life with a separate or an extended family should not come at the cost of losing privacy. Our entry makes a case for a variety of arrangements in which intergenerational living can take place. The design allows for degrees of openness to one another as well a buffer zone for privacy.