studiodare is a design led architectural practice based in Central London.
Our work extends from the micro to the macro. From transport infrastructure projects including stations and public spaces, to residential schemes and people's homes.
Working at varying scales requires different skills. Our keen attention to detail and clear understanding of how spaces work are our particular strength, and attributes our clients appreciate and value.
We work to solve problems without an agenda of style, preferring to believe that intelligent solutions inform a simple aesthetic providing refined spaces, elegantly detailed, with a critical eye on value and cost.
We are currently working on a new website.
5 Tanner Place
54-58 Tanner Street
t. 020 7403 5074
Britain’s Future Home – Sunday Times Competition Shortlisted Project
August 2013, London, UK
Studiodare’s sustainable concept design, Triptech House, has been shortlisted for the British Homes Awards, organised by the Sunday Times.
As the name suggests, Triptech House is split into three elements: a large atrium exploiting daylight and adding visual drama; a central core containing all the building’s services; and adaptable living spaces, which can be customised easily by the building occupant.
Flexibility has been placed at the heart of our design. In particular, we are conscious that people’s needs change and that their house should be able to do so too. Therefore, without altering its exterior, this house can be a large family home, be converted into smaller apartments, or even include a separate office.
More of the ideas behind the house can be seen in this Video.
An overview of our design development is Presented Here.
The winning design will be chosen by the public.
To vote, please visit the Sunday Times website from the 11th August.
June 2013, London, UK.
Studiodare are currently developing proposals for a development of 90+ apartments on an inner city site in South London. With excellent transport links the development will be a model of sustainable development, providing much need housing and helping reinstate the urban grain of what is currently a town centre ‘gap’ site.
Kennington Station Listed Building Application
May 2013,London, UK
As part of the works on the proposed Northern Line Extension, Studiodare has submitted a Listed Building application for the Grade II listed Kennington Station.
The design provides new cross passages at platform level to ease congestion with passengers inter-changing between the Charring Cross and Bank branches of the Northern line.
The work includes removing much of the platform clutter to re-instate the full platform width and re-tiling the platform tunnels to match the original.
Northern Line Extension to Battersea
April 2013,London, UK
As lead architect on a Halcrow led multi-disciplinary team, Studiodare Architects has completed designs for two new underground stations and two mid-line ventilation shafts on the extension of the Northern Line to Battersea.
The designs have now been incorporated in a Transport and Works Act Order and submitted for approval to the Secretary of State for Transport.
This significant milestone builds on Studiodare’s ongoing role as lead architect on the Northern line Extension, which began with the original Feasibility Study in 2008.
In the shadow of the Shard
March 2013,London, UK
Following an intense period of activity Studiodare Architects have moved into new larger offices.
Located off the very chic Bermondsey Street, in the creative heart of Southwark, the new office is an open plan converted warehouse and provides studiodare with the additional space required to meet an increasing workload.
5 Tanner Place
54-58 Tanner Street