Mike Moxley and his younger daughter, Alice, abseiled The Cheesegrater (the Richard Rogers’ designed Leadenhall Building) on Friday 8th September to raise money for The Lord Mayor’s Appeal.
Their JustGiving sponsorship page is here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/moxleys-scale-the-cheesegrater
Video evidence of their descent is here: https://youtu.be/KK7NFbn1R2s
Northvale Construction Ltd. has been chosen as the Design and Build contractor for the construction of 19 assisted living apartments for the charity Jewish Blind and Disabled. Work has recently started on the site which adjoins the existing assisted living facility, Cecil Rosen Court, in Bushey, Hertfordshire.
The new building is to be connected to the existing Cecil Rosen Court with a glazed link structure at ground level, so the construction team has the challenge of constructing the new building whilst ensuring that the health and safety of the residents of the adjoining facility is not compromised.
Moxley Architects designed the scheme for Jewish Blind and Disabled, and have now been novated to Northvale for the construction phase of the project. Completion is expected in the summer of 2018.
On 9th June we entered a team for Grosvenor Estate’s 16th Annual Dragon Boat Regatta, a charity fund raising event in aid of The Passage – http://passage.org.uk
The venue for the event was the Oakley Court Hotel, Windsor, with the racing taking place over a short course on the River Thames. Each crew could consist of eleven people, ten ‘paddlers’ (not to be confused with rowers!) and one drummer who’s role is to sit at the front of the boat and beat out the time for the paddlers. For this event Grosvenor had decreed that each crew should have two over-fourties and two women.
The Moxley crew, named Malice (the same as Mike Moxley’s yacht) was somewhat disadvantaged. Not only were we two members short, we had three over-sixties, three over-fourties and three women. Needless to say we didn’t do very well and were eliminated at the end of the group stage.
The demolition contract has been completed and now Legendre UK are on site. Major alterations to the 1960s rc frame have started, increasing the size of alternate columns around the facade so that the intermediate columns and beams can be removed.
The structural steel frame for the three storey roof extension is just about to go in to production.
Following the practice’s success in gaining planning approval for the change of use to residential on The Limes, a Grade II* listed property on Mortlake High Street, we were approached by Winch Design, the lease holders of the neighbouring property, The Old Fire Station, to seek planning approval for a new roof extension to provide additional space for their expanding boat and executive aeroplane design company.
A traditional slate clad mansard, with lead detailing and timber sash windows was proposed for the street (south) elevation with a new roof terrace overlooking the river on the north elevation.
Full planning approval was granted on 21st March 2017.
Moxley Architects have been appointed to act as executive architects working with Legendre UK and BNPP to progress the project for the proposed 16 storey mixed-use commercial and residential Parker Tower in Covent Garden. The commission also includes the construction of an adjacent 3 storey affordable housing development.
Louise Gamon hails from Rennes in France, and started at Moxley Architects after gaining her Masters of Architecture from the University of Strasbourg. Before moving to the UK, Louise spent time in Germany, including 1 year in Dresden as part of a University Exchange program, where she obtained a dual nationality degree in Architecture (French and German).
Congratulations to Tim Waterson, who received news last week that he had passed his final RIBA Part III examination. Another qualified Architect at Moxleys! Well done from the whole team, a great achievement!
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 project 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.
Moxley Architects have submitted a planning application to the London Borough of Lambeth for the conversion, remodelling and extension of the site at 154-166 Clapham High Street and 162 Stonhouse Street London SW4.
The proposals will create new retail space and 28 contemporary residential units with a mix of 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms.