The Bourne Estate has been selected as a case study in this report on the new generation of council homes. The research behind “Homes for All” aims to “establish a blueprint for how the public sector can begin building quality housing at scale”. Demonstrating its approach to “Context” the report quotes the Camden Design Awards jury stating “These modern buildings enrich rather than dilute the strong existing character of the Estate”.
Euston Estates get High Speed Housing Dividend: new buildings by Matthew Lloyd Architects and Mae to provide 115 homes to replace those lost to HS2, completed in 2017, feature in an article by Hugh Pearman in RIBA Journal on 9 April 2020.
“If all new council housing was designed to these standards, we’d be living in the New Jerusalem”
St. Mary of Eton features in Congregation – an exhibition of secular and sacred architecture curated by the Architecture Foundation from 22 Feb 2020 – 7 March 2020 at St Mary Magdalene, Rowington Close, London, W2 5TF
We are delighted to announce that Bert Mastaler has been made an Associate at Matthew Lloyd Architects. Bert joined the practice in 2012 and this promotion is a reflection of his key design and technical role at a senior level on major projects, his management of BIM at MLA and his role in helping to train others.
The Bourne Estate features in an article by Oliver Wainwright for the Guardian today.
‘This splendour is just what you would expect to see in the Bourne Estate in Holborn, which boasts some of the finest public tenement housing of Edwardian London. Yet these blocks are not part of the 1905, Grade II-listed estate but a recent addition built by Camden as part of its new generation of council housing. Designed by architect Matthew Lloyd, the buildings exude a quality rarely found in developer-built flats – handsome proportions and crafted details mirroring the love and care that went into the surrounding estate, only brought up-to-date with bigger windows, higher ceilings and more generous spaces.’
The Bourne Estate features in this NLA exhibition, opened yesterday evening by Kit Malthouse, Housing Minister, which shows how London boroughs are working to deliver high-quality, pleasant and affordable homes on estates, smaller sites and large-scale areas of regeneration across London to create places that can also support the sustainable growth of the capital.
Our infill sites project at Regents Park Estate for L. B. Camden with Mae Architects and Tibbalds Planning & Urban Design is shortlisted as one of 33 completed schemes nationally in the 2019 Housing Design Awards.
Regents Park Estate NW1: four out of the five sites providing 84 new homes for London Borough of Camden have now completed on site. The practice was selected through competition by Camden to work on schemes to replace homes on the planned HS2 route.
Both parts of our project for St. Mary’s E17 have been granted planning permission. The St. Mary’s campus includes a contemporary timber extension to the Grade II* listed church, 14 affordable key worker homes and new community spaces.
Housing Design Awards 2018 – The Bourne Estate: 75 new homes for L. B. Camden has been awarded Overall Winner as well as the NHS 70 Award, as an example of how housing design can promote health and well-being.
We are supporting the RIBA Future Architects Pledge to help make architecture more accessible, diverse and inclusive.
Pat Woodward, Partner, and three Part 1 students working at MLA, Urna Sodnomjamts, Jasmine Montina & Luke Upton, have put together a collection of their own photographs. Please donate £50 and receive a framed photograph.
Two of our recently completed projects – The Bourne Estate, EC1: 75 new homes for L. B. Camden, and Mildmay, E2 for Genesis Housing have been shortlisted as complete schemes in the 2018 Housing Design Awards.
We are delighted that 2 recently completed schemes: New Mildmay (with FCB Studios) for Genesis Housing, and The Bourne Estate for the London Borough of Camden, have been shortlisted in the RIBA Awards 2018 in the London Region.
AJ Building Study today: On a mission: FCBS and Matthew Lloyd’s New Mildmay housing. “The result is a place that is inherently comfortable and will likely remain so for residents, congregation, patients and passing school kids with a camera and an eye for architecture”.
We are delighted that our recently completed project at St. Paul’s West Hackney, a community based Church and recreation ground in Stoke Newington, London N16, has been shortlisted in the RICS Awards 2018 in the Community Benefit category.
Ike Ijeh in his Building Study of New Mildmay for BD Online: “Matthew Lloyd Architects creates a blessed union of religious and residential with a …church that quietly asserts its presence within an elegant new urban streetfront”.
The judges view: “Both blocks are a highly intelligent and mature response to the existing Edwardian architecture, with a generosity in the detailing of the communal entrances that is equivalent to the Edwardian spaces and will last 100 years. It is civic in a way that shows respect for the ideology of that time.”
This scheme for the London Borough of Camden provides 75 new residential units in a mix of tenures, and a new community hall together with improved public realm and landscaping, on the Grade II listed Bourne Estate in Clerkenwell.
Matthew Lloyd will chair the panel discussion at the RIBA’s ‘Great British Buildings: Housing’ event on Wednesday 13th September at 6.30pm. This is one of a series of talks at the RIBA featuring award winning architecture across the capital.
St. Mary of Eton features on the cover of Historic England’s ‘Translating Good Growth in London’s Historic Environment’. “The scheme illustrates how good design can enable relatively high density development to be developed in close proximity to sensitive buildings and at the same time enhance their setting”.
‘A Creative Church for a Creative Community’: a Heritage Lottery Fund grant is set to repair and transform St Mary’s Walthamstow – E17’s Ancient Church Building – into MLA’s scheme for a Centre for Music, Art and Culture, a planning submission is due late 2017.
Our project to provide 22 affordable homes in Camden for client British Land has just gained planning consent. The scheme, which is a S106 requirement for Arup Associates’ 1 Triton Square office development at adjoining Regent’s Place, will commence on site early 2018.
We are delighted that Frampton Park Baptist Church has won a Hackney Design Award 2016, one of seven in the Borough which “celebrate great design in architecture, urban design and landscape architecture in Hackney”.
Matthew Lloyd will be part of the panel at “Shared Spaces: the Modern Places of Worship” at Liverpool School of Architecture at 1500 on Friday 25th November 2016, organised by the Baroness Warsi Foundation.
2 of our projects – St. Mary of Eton and Frampton Park – have been shortlisted for the Hackney design Awards 2016, which “celebrate great design in architecture, urban design and landscape architecture in Hackney”.
You can vote in the People’s Choice Awards on http://hackney.gov.uk/designawards
Matthew Lloyd Architects were delighted to receive a Housing Design Award on 11 July 2016 for our scheme at Frampton Park in Hackney for Telford Homes and Frampton Park Baptist Church. The development includes a new build Church with community spaces and 47 apartments.
After many years of development we are very pleased that our Mildmay scheme for the new Shoreditch Tabernacle Baptist Church and 35 flats on Hackney Road, is now under construction. The concrete frame is nearly complete and brickwork has commenced. Completion is due in early 2017.
We are pleased to announce that Phoebe Padley has been made an Associate at Matthew Lloyd Architects. This is a reflection of Phoebe’s growing influence in the heart of our practice, her significant architectural skills and commitment to all aspects of her work.
We are very pleased to have moved this week into our exciting new studio space at 1B The Hangar, here in the heart of Shoreditch. This follows a six month building project to create two storeys of office space above our previous premises.
“A Baptist church in Hackney, east London, has broken with the archetypes of church design to place community facilities, a cafe, creche and offices at the congregational heart of the building – prayers go on up on the third floor…” Ike Ijeh 13 January 2016
Design Council Cabe has announced the recruitment of 150 additional Built Environment Experts (BEEs), creating a network of design experts who will work closely with Design Council Cabe to champion design in the built environment.
Royal Foundation of St. Katharine’s meanwhile project, @rfskprecinct, including artists studios, community hub, yurt cafe and reflective space is open for business, with an outdoor cinema to open in 2016.
Frampton Park Baptist Church opened this weekend with celebrations and a Church service. The Church building includes a worship space, cafe and community spaces on three levels and is constructed in cross laminated timber with a brick external skin.
“The three new buildings… are brought together by the application of a diamond pattern applied to all the new elevations. The patterning, carried through with consistency and conviction, draws the cluster of buildings into a single collegiate group”.
Matthew Lloyd Architects are very pleased to be part of Tibbalds Campbell Reith JV team appointed to the HCA’s new £100m Multidisciplinary Panel for 4 years, for technical and design services to support the development of homes by public sector bodies.
Following a competition Matthew Lloyd Architects have been selected by London Borough of Camden to work on schemes for 75 homes on several sites on the Regents Park Estate, to replace homes on the planned HS2 route through Camden. The scheme will be submitted for planning in May 2015.
Patricia Woodward and Matthew Lloyd have once again participated in the 10×10 London Auction in aid of Article 25, featuring 100 pieces of artwork for sale by architects and artists. The online auction is now live on http://www.10x10london.com/category/auction/2014/
This new five storey building in Hackney, providing 16 affordable flats for Sanctuary Housing together with ground floor commercial units, has been completed. The contextual and carefully detailed design uses a palette of five different brick types matching the immediate context.
Alex Sherratt has been accredited at Conservation Architect (CA) level on the RIBA Conservation Register, which enables those looking to commission work on heritage buildings to find architects with the specific skills and experience they require.
Matthew Lloyd Architects’ scheme for Grade II* listed St Mary of Eton church includes the creation of 3 new buildings and provides 31 new homes, as well as a new church centre, community facilities, and extensive landscaping.
The Royal Foundation of St Katherine has appointed Matthew Lloyd Architects to advise the trustees on the future usage of its existing buildings and land on Butcher Row in Limehouse, to further its charitable purposes.
Our project for the restoration of St. David’s church in Islington (also known as Hope Church Islington) is now complete. The design reinstates the church function whilst providing new sixth form spaces for the St. Mary Magdalene Academy throughout a brand new basement.
Construction work has begun on Matthew Lloyd Architects design for Retreat Place. The Scheme proposes a new 5 storey building, providing 16 affordable flats as homes for local people, with modern ground floor commercial units to meet Hackney’s growing demand for high-value manufacturing uses.
Open House London 2013 features Matthew Lloyd Architects’ award-winning refurbishment of the Grade I Listed RSA (Royal Society of Arts) in central London, and our acclaimed refurbishment of St Paul’s Old Ford (‘A New Heart for Bow’) in East London.
Out of 300 submissions, Matthew Lloyd Architects’ refurbishment of The RSA has been shortlisted for the Wood Awards 2013. The shortlisted scheme ingeniously and discreetly inserts 21st century technology into this grade 1 and 2* listed historic building.
Matthew Lloyd Architects’ proposed scheme for St Mary Magdalene’s Academy and St Mary Magdalene’s Church comprises a school for 36 teenagers with Autistic Spectrum Disorder and 2 family houses, on the site of the listed Old Coroners Court in the gardens surrounding the listed church has received planning approval.
Matthew Lloyd Architects have received planning for a new mixed use development in Hackney. The self-funding scheme, developed with Frampton Park Baptist Church and Telford Homes, will provide a new flexible church building and 47 residential units within the 1950’s Frampton Park Estate.