A heritage-led development that reimagines the industrial site surrounding the Grade II listed Ham Mill to provide 100 new homes and bring life and enterprise back to the site after 18 years of vacancy.
The vision is to secure an economically sustainable future for the Doddington Estate through the conversion of the Grade I listed Doddington Hall into a 120-suite hotel, including restaurants, bars and spa facilities.
Combining modern interiors with the existing fabric of the Grade II listed National Building to restore activity to St Mary’s Parsonage and create 121 homes overlooking the River Irwell in Central Manchester.
Reviving the site of the former Ross Optical Works, this new residential ‘village’ in the heart of Clapham Old Town weaves contemporary architecture of five new buildings into the sensitive conversion of six nineteenth century warehouses.
The conversion of this art deco Grade II listed building gained support from English Heritage and the 20th Century Society. The tower, shoulders and wings were restored and the extensions to the rear were removed to create two landscaped courtyards.
Tutelage Court, Former Central Foundation Girls’ School
Tower Hamlets / London
Working within the parameters of the ornate Grade II listed building, Assael designed a sympathetic conversion and extension to create a scheme comprising 49 private apartments surrounding a landscaped garden.
The Grade II listed Paynes Wharf was refurbished as part of the renewal of this riverside site. The 257 apartments, ten live-work units, waterside art gallery, restaurants and retail space are organised around a reinstated historic street.
Rejuvenating a triangular city block, the 71-home development comprises a refurbished Grade II listed Georgian terrace, three new complementary brick buildings that complete the ‘triangle’, and a health centre and retail space at ground floor.
This scheme transforms the Royal Academy of Dance into 39 new homes, retaining the site’s character through the conversion of the old Granary whilst adding a contemporary touch with the industrial-style architecture of new buildings.
The layout of this 137-apartment scheme was informed by the retention of the Fire Station’s Grade II listed buildings and the vision to introduce dynamic and engaging amenity spaces amongst the retained structures.
This project converts a Grade II listed cinema into a scheme that includes a restaurant in the former stage and stalls area, children’s play space beneath the balcony, and apartments and offices accommodated within new-build elements.
This scheme brings the Grade II* listed Carriageworks building back to life, incorporating 112 new homes, flexible community and commercial space at ground floor and two new open spaces.