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LG3 Cell Studios
23-27 Arcola Street
Locations we cover
Mon 9:00am - 6:00pm
Tue 9:00am - 6:00pm
Wed 9:00am - 6:00pm
Thu 9:00am - 6:00pm
Fri 9:00am - 5:00pm
Our Mission Statement
* To design beautiful and healthy spaces with a critical relationship to their broadest context.
* To achieve simplicity and lightness through complex reasoning and refined detailing.
* To give importance and research the way things feel. We strive to achieve Happiness through architecture by designing with the clients’ aspirations and emotions in mind.
I. We are research-oriented.
* We foster learning. Learning from and teaching to as many people as possible.
* We look for opportunities to understand better the world with every project. Each project has a theme at its core, which becomes a goal in of itself.
* We work hard on finding the best solutions.
* Every project is an opportunity to reflect and act on the city, society and landscape.
* We approach every project through the eyes of the client and end-user.
* We control the process and protect the client against the waste of time and money.
* Excellent service comes with consistent communication.
* Enduring design and construction quality.
* We conduct ourselves honourably. We never have excuses, never shift responsibilities.
III. We embrace the natural and artificial as one:
* We provide solutions that can significantly reduce the carbon footprint.
* We provide solutions that allow for networking and compounding the effects of our projects in their contexts.
* We are urban: we like complexity and thrive in large-scale, long-term, urban projects.
* We care about empowering people, but we are also technically knowledgeable and affirmative in providing solutions, not just questions.
Architects & Designers Project range: £80,000 - £5,000,000
Project: The Boat and Pavilion
House for a family of sailors. The brief: an enclosed kitchen, more storage and service area at ground floor, a more direct relationship with the garden. Our proposal reflects the clients needs and focuses on compression and expansion of space.
The original rear ground floor of this large semi-detached Edwardian house in Bromley was extremely fragmented, resulting in small, dark spaces and little flexibility. Our proposal was to unite the three-and-a-half rooms forming the rear ground floor into one large space. Rather than simply knocking down walls and creating a single space, we have worked with clients on selecting the features worth preserving, with the aim of increasing rather than reducing the richness of the resulting space.
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Queen's Park London
This project is an experiment on a shift of scale: from a house composed of floors to a narrative whole. Rather than stacking uses on separate levels, we have imagined a continuous flow throughout the house. The circulation areas merge into one another and the living spaces through small double-height spaces.
Project: Peckham Glass Box
The side extension is designed as very light glass planes which respect the ceiling’s continuity and bring light inside the previously very dark space. The rear extension is designed as a frameless glass box, to achieve maximum brightness, underline the ceiling line, and incorporate the rear courtyard. The latter, also framed by the ceiling line, becomes part of the ground floor layout.
The threshold between the rear sitting room and the extension is treated as yet another, metaphorical small
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