Planning has been submitted for 11 new homes on Daubeney Road, as part of Hackney’s Housing Supply Programme.
Al-Jawad Pike were shortlisted with Karakusevic Carson and East Architecture to develop proposals for an infill housing development across four sites on the DeBeauvior Estate in Hackney.
Al-Jawad Pike has received planning permission to build 11 new homes on Mandeville Street, London – the first project of Hackney Council’s Housing Supply Programme which aims to provide around 475 new homes. The project is currently at tender stage and due to start on site in late 2018.
Al-Jawad Pike has recently completed a popup store for a fashion brand. The design concept takes inspiration from eroded sea shells and primitive stone structures – the arrangement of curving walls and arched thresholds form a carved interior space for the display of products, constructed in prefabricated translucent fibreglass.
A detail of our recently completed two-storey extension to a Victorian terraced house in West London. The new additions are formed from three interlocking masonry volumes, which house the new internal rooms of the building. At the lower level the kitchen and dining space intersect to provide a large skylight, the taller volume accommodates a study with external terrace and a family bathroom at first and second floor level.
Our recently completed extension in Stoke Newington has been photographed. The new full width kitchen-dining space features deep load bearing grey brick walls with oak joinery embedded within them. A profiled concrete lintel spans the walls framing a bespoke timber sliding window.
Al-Jawad Pike has won a commission to design 11 homes to replace a row of garages in Clapton, in the latest stage of Hackney Council’s Housing Supply Programme. The proposals for the site include a two-story row of staggered terraced homes with private gardens. The articulation of the terrace elevation allows the entrances of the homes to face towards Daubeney Road and generates a picturesque silhouette of monopitched roofs.
Production has started on a popup store for a fashion brand. The modular fibreglass installation will travel to several locations across China in Autumn/Winter 2017.
Proposals for 11 new homes have been submitted for planning as part of Hackney’s Housing Supply Programme.
Construction on store interior for a fashion brand nears completion in Rome, Italy.
Al-Jawad Pike were longlisted as one of 10 practices for the RIBA’s Co-Living Forest Gate competition, London. The brief sought innovative ideas for a co-housing development, targeted towards people priced out of the London housing market.
The scheme proposes a collection of stilted shared houses and flats connected by elevated walkways and bridges, sitting on an inhabited topography of communal spaces.
Al-Jawad Pike features in Viabizzuno’s Report N°38, for their shelving and lighting fixture designs which were developed and realised as part of the store concept for Penhaligon’s London.
The bi-annual report also contains selected design collaborations between Viabizzuno and other architects including David Chipperfield, Peter Zumthor and David Adjaye.
Design proposal for a rooftop dwelling, London.
Al-Jawad Pike has won a competition to design a new housing scheme on the first of two sites to be developed within Hackney’s new infill programme, launched at the end of 2016. The project will form a mews and townhouse block, with a communal courtyard, and private gardens and terraces. A planning application submission is anticipated in late 2017.
Al-Jawad Pike visited the Laboratorio Morseletto workshop and quarry in Vicenza, Italy – to further develop a series of new bespoke terrazzo and travertine finishes for the South Bank apartment project.
Construction is underway on a private house in Peckham.
Façade study for housing competition, London.
Penhaligon’s Regent Street flagship store opens two years after Al-Jawad Pike completed the Penhaligon’s window installation as part of the RIBA Regent’s Street Windows competition.
Planning permission received for a new extension to a house in the Shaftesbury Conservation Area of Wandsworth.
Construction progress of load-bearing masonry walls for a house in Shepherd’s Bush. A lime mortar slurry is applied to all the external brickwork to give an overall monolithic appearance of the building volumes where the bricks become more like aggregates within the conglomerate structure.
Construction progress of the main structural frame and grey brick envelope for a house in Stoke Newington.
Fabrication of internal oak shelving and wall panelling for the new Penhaligon’s store in Stanford, San Francisco.
Construction progress of a photographer’s studio in east London.
Planning permission received for a two storey extension to a house in Peckham.
Al-Jawad Pike has completed an infill extension to a house in east London, involving a reconfiguration of internal spaces to create an entirely top-lit kitchen and dining space.
Completion of a new barber and perfume shop in London, for Penhaligon’s. The store features fumed oak and brushed brass shelving, grey painted wall panelling, terrazzo flooring and a large sink made of carrara marble.
Al-Jawad Pike has completed a bespoke brass-framed shelving system with integrated lighting, manufactured by Viabizzuno.
Al-Jawad Pike has designed a new fluted glass light fitting for Viabizzuno as part of their architect-designed collection of lighting, also featuring designs by David Chipperfield, Kengo Kuma, Rem Koolhaas amongst others.
Construction progress of a house extension in east London.
Site visit for a new project in New York.
Planning permission received for a new two storey house extension in Shepherd’s Bush.
Al-Jawad Pike has been awarded the RIBA Best Window 2014 for the Regent’s Street Windows installation for Penhaligon’s.