Anatomy of a project – Phase II
The evolution of a project in ten frames.
Further planning and listed building consents have been granted for the alteration and extension of a Grade II listed Georgian house and associated mews in Bloomsbury, London.
The refurbishment and extension of a Grade II listed house and mews in Bloomsbury has started on site.
The Architects’ Journal has published a study of House of Layers
Graham has contributed to the new Paidon publication ‘Where Architects Sleep’
Graham is interviewed by Tim Benjamin as part of his ongoing Floorplate podcast series.
Fitzrovia House is in today’s Weekend Magazine in the Financial Times.
Planning permission has been granted for our proposals to refurbish and extend the upper levels of International House in Brixton.
Rooftop Suite is featured in the Evening Standard’s ES Magazine in an article by Dominic Lutyens
House of Layers has been shortlisted in the AJ Retrofit Awards in the house over £500,000 category.
A planning application has been submitted for the re-use and extension of the top two storeys of International House in Brixton, south London.
West Architecture has joined a list of over 500 practices signing a declaration of Climate and Biodiversity Emergency.
May’s edition of Architecture Today features an article exploring the design of our staircase in Islington, and the use of stone generally at this scale.
Phase II appears in this month’s Milk Decoration (No. 27) alongside an interview with its owner Morgwn Rimel
Last night Graham West and Morgwn Rimel were in conversation at the London School of Architecture