You will now find all the latest on burgess architects on Instagram: @burgessarchitects Follow us! Stuffed full of pictures of our beautiful projects, and with a handful of stacks going into a little more detail on our approach and process.
Our remodelling of a small mews house in Fulham has created an airy and light-filled living space downstairs, and a new loft bedroom. Our stair design has been beautifully executed by CLC Build – down to last few defects. Looking forward to sharing snaps of it complete in the next few weeks – a few […]
The Dulwich Estate have appointed Burgess Architect to work with them on the renovation and refurbishment of the Park Motor Garage on Boxall Road. A fantastic light and characterful space put to good use by John for the last 30 years, now ready for a new lease of life and a new facility for the […]
The plot of land of the stunning new family home which we won consent for for The Dulwich Estate is now up for sale – ready for the next phase, construction. A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take on a classic Dulwich site in the heart of the village, but with a contemporary home tailored to you […]
Great article about the design process and results at the home in East Dulwich beside Peckham Rye – and some beautiful new photographs by Rachael Smith. (Scroll past the cheesy video montage for the article itself.) ‘Hideous’ no more!
We have secured planning consent for our beautiful new-build 400sqm family house on Burbage Road in Dulwich for The Dulwich Estate. Regenerating a site with lock-up garages near the heart of the leafy village. The generous and bright basement is well connected to the garden and heart of the house with a lofty sunny courtyard. […]
We always spend time with our clients after the completion of a project to learn from the things they are most pleased with and find out if there was anything we could have done better during the design and works on site. Simon and Kate Hewitt, the clients for Colyton Road, have also followed up […]
We are delighted to announce Crane House has been longlisted for New London Architecture’s annual Don’t Move Improve show 2018. Carefully arranged to make the best use of the small additional space – and most importantly not to compromise any of the existing rooms in the house – so often the problem with typical side-returns. […]