Cornerstone is a mixed-use development in Whitechapel, London, which comprises an office and gallery space on the ground and basement floors and two residential units on the first, second and third floors.
Threefold Architects was established in 2004 to make innovative and exciting, contemporary architecture that delights visually and experientially; an architecture that enhances its environment and benefits the lives of the people who experience it. Founding partners Matthew Driscoll and Jack Hosea have combined a wide range of experience in residential, arts and cultural projects through their work at a number of award winning practices. Renée Searle joined as a partner at the beginning of 2009 bringing with her both an expert knowledge of sustainable construction technologies and experience of running large-scale housing and education projects. As a senior team we have a comprehensive knowledge of a diverse range of areas including planning negotiation, project management, working with listed buildings, sustainable materials and technologies.
Threefold Architects were appointed to refurbish and reorganise an existing mews property in Primrose Hill. A key aspect of the brief was to maximise the existing floor area and natural light throughout. An entirely new arrangement of spaces was proposed and inserted into the existing volume, placing the key open plan living space at second […]
Roman Road Gallery is a renovation and expansion project recently completed by Threefold Architects in London, UK. Project description: The location of the Roman Road Gallery is a narrow and contextually complex site in the heart of Bethnal Green, London. The brief for the project was both unique and challenging; to create a dynamic new […]