41 Lower Queens Rd Contemporary and sensitive alterations and additions to an existing Victorian semi-detached 2 storey house with a matching slate roof extension, copper clad first floor extension and flat roof ground floor extension
Peak Hill Reservoir Conversion and new build project to provide 5 no. 3 bed units arranged in semi-detached and terraced blocks constructed adjacent to and over an existing disused Victorian brick barrel vaulted water reservoir. Part of the reservoir roof is opened up to create a colonnaded courtyard with secure covered car parking.
25 Cheyne Place This two bedroom luxury penthouse provides the crowning touch to a 1930’s Art Deco building in the Royal Hospital Conservation Area of the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea. The single storey roof extension was constructed by the developer as prefabricated modules
Gateways 573 & 712 A development consisting of 3 no. flats in converted roof space with natural light provided by the insertion of dormers and rooflights sensitively designed and placed in relation to existing windows and with extended cores in matching materials and details sympathetic to the character of the building and Central Richmond Conservation Area
Fair Acres NW Block Two 6 storey blocks anchor the north-west and south-west blocks of the Fair Acres quadrangle, rising above the existing roof line to enhance the whole development. Each block contains 4 two bedroom apartments with a duplex 3 bedroom apartment occupying the 4th and 5th floors
Runnymede Hotel Redevelopment of the Runnymede Hotel including replacement of terraces; extensions to restaurant and main entrance; fit-out of bar, meeting rooms, café, reception, guest area and toilets; and external enhancements including balconies and cladding to soften the predominantly red brick façade of the existing hotel
Harlequin Shopping Centre Various projects including provision of retail unit shells, concept designs such as a juice bar and creation of contemporary customer toilets incorporating a new baby change room with wall graphics and a continuous light box which provides a strong entrance and directional feature
Established in 1991, Landmark offers its clients a range of architectural, project management and design services. Based in south-west London on the Thames, we are ideally suited to work with clients in Greater London, Home Counties and beyond.
Our aim is to provide a high quality, flexible service which can be tailored to suit our client’s needs, aspirations and budget. Our approach to quality is complemented by a firm commitment to offer value for money and cost-effectiveness. We take customer care very seriously and 90% of our projects is repeat work from satisfied clients or recommendations from them.
Whatever the requirement, the creative thinking that goes into each and every project, is backed by a solid, practical approach to design that means the buildings really work. Our experienced team has the track record and background to ensure that the client can have every confidence in the safe delivery of their project.