Gallery of Cinque Ports / JDA - 14                              …

Gallery of Cinque Ports / JDA - 14

Image 14 of 25 from gallery of Cinque Ports / JDA. Photograph by Oliver Perrott

The two storeys that Project Orange have added to the roof of a redundant brick warehouse in Sheffield look like another building stacked on top.  The upward extension replaces a pitched roof, creating three duplex studio offices within a powder-coated steel volume that both overlaps and bites through the original brick structure.  A new restaurant and bar occupies the double-height warehouse space below, where it benefits from light through the original two-storey-high arched windows.

Shoreham Street, Sheffield 192 Shoreham Street is a Victorian industrial brick building sited at the edge of the Cultural Industries Quarter.

Classroom extension by Studio Webb Architects

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adrian james architects builds incurvo brick house

adrian james architects has completed 'incurvo', a sinuously formed brick dwelling designed to beckon its visitors around its sweeping walls.

House Husarö in the Swedish Archipelago

House Husarö in the Swedish Archipelago

Stockholm based practice Tham & Videgård Arkitekter have designed the Husarö House, a family vacation home located in the outer Stockholm archipelago. The house is placed on a plateau facing the sea in the north, surrounded by tall pine trees.

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Harold Street Residence / Jackson Clements Burrows

Nash Baker Architects combines brick base and gabled timber top for Broad Street House

This new build home in Suffolk by Nash Baker Architects is constructed from local red bricks laid in lime mortar, with ribbons of oak clad around the first floor and across the roof.

Leaf Street housing, Manchester by Mecanoo

The area around Leaf Street in Hulme, just outside Manchester city centre, has a history of urban renewal. The typical Victorian terraced houses were demol

Shed dormers to make roof line more modern

Interesting dormer treatment - with a "second" roof effect and increased height

IV House by Mesura

Amid the barren landscape of Elche, Spain sits Casa IV, a curious brick house with an arresting vaulted canopy, designed by Barcelona based studio Mesura.