Eleven Spitalfields is located to the rear of the Dyson House and Gallery project, which is the residence of Chris Dyson and his wife, Sarah. This structure was originally built in 1840, and consisted of the king trusses, supporting piers and large lantern rooflight we see at ground floor level today.
Chris Dyson Architects
CDA was founded in 2004 by Chris Dyson, a former senior designer at Sir James Stirling and Michael Wilford Associates, and more recently at Sir Terry Farrell and Partners. The practice is based in the historic Spitalfields area of London, where Dyson has lived and worked for 20 years, and where many of the practice's early projects are located.
We have a diverse portfolio of projects across Europe and Asia, from small private commissions to public buildings and urban planning proposals.
Clerkenwell Cooperage was completed in 2016 by Chris Dyson Architects and won The Sunday Times British Homes Awards 2016 / Conversion, Restoration or Refurbishment of existing Building. Project description: Believed to have built in the early 1900s, this former brewery cooperage on a tight site in Central London had already been in residential use since the […]
The project realized by Chris Dyson Architects has involved the transformation of a Shoreditch warehouse into a family residence. Initially dim, the warehouse had to receive some modifications to ensure the presence of natural light into the household. The conversion of the warehouse included demolishing a shed to connect the residence to the property’s backyard, […]
Calvin Street Loft has implied the renovation and conversion, by Chris Dyson Architects, of a Victorian warehouse, situated on Calvin Street in Shoreditch, London. The original heritage and also the history of the old warehouse are discreetly emphasized, linked over time with the modern present, represented by new materials and by the contemporary design concepts. […]