On site: Home in St John’s Wood

On site: Carved from dark bricks and black mortar, we are creating multiple small extensions at a 1950’s house in St John’s Wood. The arches will form views that will frame flora in the rear garden. Due to complete in March.
@jjc.london #hayhurstandco #architecture #arch #brick #brickskillz #houseextension #blackbricks

Torriano Primary School

Completed Autumn 2018: The external terrace of the STEM Activity Lab. The fully-opening, bespoke-designed, Oak-framed door includes an internal Cactus planter. Externally, planting troughs are maintained by the pupils (and staff!) and the mirror polished stainless steel shingles ricochet the sunlight and reflect the sky. Photograph by @kilianosullivan #hayhurstandco #torrianoprimaryschool #stem #stemlab #plantsofinstagram #camden #schooldesign

New Commission

New Commission: We have been appointed to design a new school in Xi’an, Shaanxi Provence, China. The existing building sits between two towers in the Technology District and will open in September 2019. #newschool #workinginchina #xian #newcommission

2019 Projects: Cromer, Norfolk

2019 Projects: Starting on site in March this year is our remodelling and extension of a 1980s, H-plan, pattern-book bungalow. Set high up on a ridge in Cromer, north Norfolk, the existing house fails to capture the sea views to the north or open up to the woods to the south. Our design comprises a series of contemporary, site-specific domestic interventions formed around an over-sized flint, chimney The image if of the the new kitchen space that includes a box-dormer in the roof of the existing roof to maximise the sense of daylighting. #cromer #norfolk #houseextension #hayhurstandco #kitchendesign #house

2019 Projects: Clore Learning Centre at the RIBA

2019 Projects: This week we will sharing some of the images from our 2019 work in progress – projects that will be completing this year as well as projects in development. First up is our 2017 competition-winning scheme for the Clore Learning Centre at the RIBA’s 66 Portland Place. Currently on site, the scheme includes for bespoke cabinetry that provides spaces for the display of artefacts and work produced at the centre with retractable doors along with storage drawers and stools underneath. The cabinetry is made from bamboo and recycled plastic with brass handles. @riba @ribacomps #clorelearningcentre #bamboocabinetry #recycledplastic #brasshandles