// arthitectural / refurbishment
  • Located in Fulham, we founded this flat which had a very old-fashioned interior and needed of new electrics and decoration. We try to make a state of the art new maisonette out of an small space. Main access is by ground floor, where there is also a small garage. Walking up stairs to the second […]


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  • Extension and Refurbishment of the Main Train Station In Wroclaw The design by Grupa 5 Architects, which won the 1st prize in an open competition entails the full refurbishment of the historical protected building of the main train station, extension of the train platforms and main station hall as well as a completely new design […]


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In general, the project was mainly comprised of renovation work to the exterior body of the boathouse. This included re-framing a large majority of the existing structure both of the boathouse base as well as the upper level, which had deteriorated over time, and re-cladding what had become a very tired exterior envelope. Specifically, the […]


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Located in the heart of a burgeoning biotech community, 675 West Kendall Street is comprised of research laboratories, offices, support spaces, and ground-level retail. A design paradigm was developed to reflect the technologies of the biotech world and relate to the existing architectural fabric of Cambridge. Contemporary materials from Europe—terra cotta panels and channel glass—form […]


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