Written by Ruth Bloomfield, the article discusses the opportunities and risk associated in transforming these small backland and infill sites, which we have become specialist in, into high-end and contemporary architectural gems. See More Here
Development Opportunity – White Lodge Close
On a wedge site adjacent to the Bishops Avenue, Crawford Partnership got permission for five storey house on the site, including a double-basement, to create 10,500 sq.ft. of residential floor area. There is also the opportunity to explore segmenting the proposal into a series of high-end flats.
Welcome to our new website!
The new site, with our latest projects and updated information, should promote our exciting and innovative skills which have been proven over years of experience working on a variety of projects. Alongside our new logo, we’re looking forward to working on new interesting projects, wherever they take us!
Crawford Partnership Leads LEAF Executive Dining Event
The latest event, sponsored by Hanex, featured a lively discussion entitled “Circle of Life.” Thinking about materials and how they are used within construction and buildings, comprising a significant percentage of global energy-use, and how we can look to re-use, replace, recycle and up-cycle various materials. The conversation often discussed…
Seven Sisters Wins Regional LABC Award
The building, which features 350 bedspaces for homeless people to be run by Hackney Council, won the London regional award for the Best Social or Affordable New Housing Development. We’re incredibly proud of everyone involved in the project, which does a significant service to the area, particularly relevant during the…
Crawford Partnership Wins KBB Bathroom Award
The en suite bathroom located in the basement of this contemporary house was a challenging interior design project on it’s own. Using obscured glazing with a rooflight in the kitchen space, below a line of patent glazing, brings natural light into the space, which has the best in Villeroy &…
Alan becomes Honorary Professor of Architecture
In June, Alan was invited by the Dean of URP architecture faculty to give a presentation to students on the work of the practice. The presentation subject ‘ A home for all’ was made to an audience of 300 students and staff, and on completing the talk, Alan received an Honorary Professorship….