logo

Barrow Road

Mailen Design Intricate brickwork forms a richly modelled exterior at Barrow Road. The refurbishment and extension of this Cambridge house is now complete, providing the owner with a suite of bright rooms, each with a distinctive character, and new connections between house and garden. Modern façade construction and traditional craftsmanship combine to achieve the crisp rhythm of openings and curved brick piers creating a textured backdrop to the generous garden. https://lnkd.in/dKTpgBD

Hotel & Restaurant on the Scottish Borders

Alongside BusbyWebb and The Quercus Partnership, Mailen Design has submitted planning for a Hotel and Restaurant in a stunning location on the Scottish borders. Using sensitive natural materials, the project aims to renovate the existing Inn and barn and link these via contemporary architectural elements to carefully marry to the existing buildings. Existing features are celebrated, as is the existing atmosphere of the pub. Meticulous detailing at all scales will ensure the new envelope complements the high standard of the […]

Domus Battersea

Domus Battersea our most ambitious project to date for Domus transformed the existing neglected storage area, bounded on all sides by neighbouring residential properties, provides a sales and gallery space that respects the robust character of the existing industrial building. Meticulously detailed exposed steelwork and bespoke triangular rooflights create an enlivening interior full of natural light, for which we designed a suite of bespoke furniture.

Jachin Barn Completion

Jachin Barn is complete and looking great in the West Sussex sun. The oak frame barn was converted into a 5 bedroom home that combines the best qualities of a contemporary house with the warmth of a traditional Sussex cottage. New and old materials are carefully dovetailed and craftsmanship celebrated throughout at a variety of scales. We are delighted that the project has been shortlisted for the Build It Awards Best Oak Frame Home 2016.

Grace Farm Progress

Construction of our buildings for Parchwood Ltd is progressing well at Grace Farm in West Sussex, housing the company’s head office and facilities for processing sustainably harvested timber. Externally, the buildings are in the unpretentious tradition of local agricultural structures, while the interiors will house cutting edge technologies and offer great views of the surrounding Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Barrow Road Nears Completion

Our extension at Barrow Road, Cambridge is nearing completion. The brickwork on the piers and window reveals has been crafted with fantastic care, and the new rooms already feel like they have great character, complimenting those in the existing house. Completion is anticipated early in 2016.

Long Crendon Family House on cover of Homebuilding & Renovating Magazine

We are delighted that Homebuilding & Renovating magazine have chosen our Long Crendon Family House for a 9-page feature and the front cover of their December 2015 issue. This edition of Britain’s best-selling self-build magazine went on sale on 29th October. “Viking longhouse meets New York loft apartment.”

Jachin Barn Progress

Construction is progressing on the conversion of Jachin Barn from agriculture use to a family house in Bolney, Sussex. The new mezzanine structure has now been installed, as have the rooflights, which already transform the interior with washes of natural light and views over the fantastic countryside. Completion is anticipated early in 2016.

Mapei Showroom Completed

Works have completed at our showroom for Mapei in the heart of London’s Clerkenwell design district. The showroom is the first in the UK for the world’s largest producer of construction industry chemicals and adhesives. The new space provides offices, technical support zones and event areas, as well as displays for Mapei’s extensive product range.

Highbury Refurbishment Nearing Completion

The refurbishment of a 3 storey Victorian house in Highbury is nearing completion. The work has included stripping the house back to the primary structure of bricks and joists, followed by the installation of new services, new internal walls and new windows. The finishes are now being laid, with a considered palette of materials that complement the original character of the house with precise contemporary craftsmanship.