The project at 18-22 Weighhouse Street, in the heart of Mayfair, to provide two new retail units and two luxury apartments for the Grosvenor Estate has been successfully completed.
The scheme involved the conversion and remodelling of the lower ground, ground and first floors of a 19th century building to create contemporary retail and residential spaces.
The refurbishment of 15 North Audley Street, in the heart of Mayfair, for the Grosvenor Estate to provide five new high specification apartments has been successfully completed.
The project involved the conversion, remodelling and extension of redundant office space on the upper levels of a 19th century building to create new contemporary residential units. The scheme included the infill of the underdeveloped side extension, the construction of a new mansard, additions to the rear extensions, and new external roof terraces and green roof space.
A backland site within a conservation area in Clapham which, prior to redevelopment consisted of a dilapidated cottage and lock-up garages, was last used as a car repair business.
A development for Amhola Ltd., Wardell Mews comprises one three bed and three five bed houses, of two and three storeys including the lower ground floor, with driveway access from Hannington Road.
Moxley Architects were commissioned to undertake a strategic planning study and programme of works for the Lansdowne private members club in Mayfair. The club’s Masterplanning Committee had put forward a number of potential projects that our commission was to consider.
The projects ranged from the relaying of the York stone courtyard and restoration of the Grade II* listed art deco swimming pool ceiling below, the provision of new squash courts, a dance studio, cardio and weights gyms, new and refurbished male and female changing facilities, internal decorations and external floodlighting and the provision of further members’ bedrooms.
The practice has since completed the design and construction of the majority of the projects listed above and further works for bedrooms are planned in the near future.
A project for The Grosvenor Estate, in the Mayfair Conservation Area, was the renovation of a Victorian property to provide one and two bedroom luxurious managed short let apartments. This ‘Aparthotel’ is part of the GoNative.com brand of serviced apartments.
Moxley Architects was appointed by Somerston Hotels, owners and operators of hotels in the Express by Holiday Inn, Ramada and Hampton hotel brands, to identify the potential for expansion within existing sites and the opportunity for new standalone hotels. The short list of sites included two in each of Cambridge, Dartford and Bath, Glasgow, Exeter, Newcastle, York, Luton, Edinburgh, Greenwich and Hammersmith. Planning approval was granted for number of these, with the scheme for the substantial extension to the Hammersmith hotel taken through to working drawing stage.
Moxley Architects were commissioned by The Grosvenor Estate to gain planning permission and carry out the detail design for the modernisation and extension of a number of retail units in Mountbarrow House, Elizabeth Street in Belgravia. The existing units have been remodelled, and extended at the rear, to provide sufficient retail and storage space for a Sainsbury’s Local and an outlet for Café Nero.
The master plan of a 120 Ha site close to the centre of Prague was a collaboration with specialist consultants, local architects, planning and administrative authorities.
As well as commercial and residential redevelopment the scheme included a major transport interchange hub, linking bus and international coach services with three existing metro stations along the southern edge of the site.
The design also had to take into consideration and accommodate flood plain overflow from the River Vltava.
Currently (2013) a number of the plots, predominantly to the western end of the site, have been developed.
A new research and inspection facility for the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (now the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs).
Re-built on its original site, the 22,000 sq.ft. complex serves three functions; a veterinary crisis centre, inspection and diagnosis of indigenous fish and shellfish diseases and research, including virology, microbiology, pathology and molecular biology and biochemistry.
The building had to meet the high specifications required for a building built in a marine environment as well as within a Conservation Area.
The practice also designed and oversaw a decanting operation, to provide for the temporary operation of the facility whilst the new building was constructed.
Standing at the entrance we designed two new obelisks, one inscribed with the names of all seawater fish found in British waters, the other with all freshwater species.