Category Archives: Architecture

Barnes Street House Extension

Tower Hamlets, London. The project turned an old outrigger kitchen into a new heart of the house. Done for a private client on a budget, we designed the extension to be warm, spacious and bright. Much of the design was

Barnes Street House Extension

Tower Hamlets, London. The project turned an old outrigger kitchen into a new heart of the house. Done for a private client on a budget, we designed the extension to be warm, spacious and bright. Much of the design was

Kensington Flat Refurbishment

Kensington, London. An apartment refurbishment for a client with a classic taste. Every room in the apartment was refurbished and all finishes changed. Finding a balance between the softness of furnishing and simplicity of wall and floor surface was the

Kensington Flat Refurbishment

Kensington, London. An apartment refurbishment for a client with a classic taste. Every room in the apartment was refurbished and all finishes changed. Finding a balance between the softness of furnishing and simplicity of wall and floor surface was the

Kinnoull Mansions, Clapton, London

  Clapton, London. A ground floor apartment refurbishment in a mansion block. Key to this proposal was the demolition of one of the bedrooms ( added by the previous owners) and the demolition of one of the kitchen walls in

Kinnoull Mansions, Clapton, London

  Clapton, London. A ground floor apartment refurbishment in a mansion block. Key to this proposal was the demolition of one of the bedrooms ( added by the previous owners) and the demolition of one of the kitchen walls in

Studio SYN wins the Designing the Urban Commons competition!

Rainbow of desires “Rainbow of desires” is a set of small pavilions installed in the open spaces of the Rhodes estate in Dalston. During a period of three months the pavilions are doubling as performative devices and workshop spaces based

Studio SYN wins the Designing the Urban Commons competition!

Rainbow of desires “Rainbow of desires” is a set of small pavilions installed in the open spaces of the Rhodes estate in Dalston. During a period of three months the pavilions are doubling as performative devices and workshop spaces based

LCMF, London Contemporary Music Festival fit-out

LCMF, “the capital’s most adventurous and ambitious festival of new music” as named by The Guardian, took over a former carpet factory just off Brick Lane between March and May 2014 to offer two weeks of music, art and performance.

LCMF, London Contemporary Music Festival fit-out

LCMF, “the capital’s most adventurous and ambitious festival of new music” as named by The Guardian, took over a former carpet factory just off Brick Lane between March and May 2014 to offer two weeks of music, art and performance.

WHITE HOUSE REDUX // A Reminder for the Elected and the Unelected

The White House is a universally recognised symbol of political authority and a proven – and successful – architectural embodiment of power. We would like to keep it as it is, in the position that it is and in the

WHITE HOUSE REDUX // A Reminder for the Elected and the Unelected

The White House is a universally recognised symbol of political authority and a proven – and successful – architectural embodiment of power. We would like to keep it as it is, in the position that it is and in the