When a client is wanting to improve the connection of their interior to the external space, we often use a flush set threshold design. Olser properties were sometimes built with very little emphasis on the access to back garden, especially prewar. In designing for the way we live now, large doors or windows tend to help give the wide views that give a feeling of seeing the natural world outside. We
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The Western ticket Hall for London Underground Circle and District Line, at Kings Cross St Pancras was scheme designed by Brunskill Design. The strategy was developed to save huge costs of a crossing under the road further up towards Pentonville Rd. We suggested creating a link into St Pancras, a link to the south side of Euston Rd and a link into the main kings cross ticket hall. A large
This is a transformative addition to the north facing side of a conventional house. The project included opening up the ground floor living spaces. Bespoke rooflight solutions were used. Oak was a theme of this extension.
Our fitout design to a station project shown here includes several one off bespoke space saving items, developed for washrooms that have an extremely high volume of users. The washbasin design is very sleek and streamlined and contains soap, water, drier, etc. Special signage, including very thin illuminated signs and ‘man’ shaped signs were developed too. The entrance area was refurbished too.
The house is set within an attractive street; it is locally listed and within a Conservation Area. The proposal is for an extension to the detached Edwardian brick and rendered property.
This is an underground station. Brunskill design were team leader for the scheme and detail design stages. It is now the First Capital Connect station at St Pancras. Particular aspects of interest include: generous platform width – really wide entrances to platform to make the whole place feel spacious an less congested. These entrances have a blue glass strip indicating where they are – built in bespoke seating, suitable for