Interiors

Wilberforce Chambers

Bere:architects was commissioned to transform the reception area of this leading barristers’ chambers in Lincoln’s Inn, one of numerous chambers in the historic Inns of Court that we have sensitively upgraded over a period of ten years.

Stanley Crescent

Years of neglect and extensive dry rot had caused major damage to one of the largest and finest Grade II listed houses in Notting Hill in West London. The French classical interiors had been divided into flats, and in returning the building to a single double-fronted house, bere:architects recreated the splendour of the original interiors, demonstrating a real empathy for historic buildings. Designed for a distinguished Notting Hill family, the interiors are historically correct where appropriate.

Quadrant Chambers

8 New Square

St Johns St artists studio

A place to live, to work and also to play. Scene 1 opens with the art and design studio; a tabula rasa. Scene 2 opens with a mezzanine retreat for rest and restoration

Middle Temple Main Hall

Drayton Gardens

Case study 296 is a ‘stepping stone’ towards our aim of producing an ecologically advanced Passivhaus refurbishment of a Listed London terrace house, combining many health benefits for the occupants with advanced low energy design. Some of the original external walls have been internally insulated; historic windows have been draft proofed with brush seals and secondary glazing; solar thermal hot water heating has been installed and energy-saving passivhaus heat recovery ventilation provides filtered fresh air throughout the building.

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