Practice News

Shinfield Nursery

Osel architecture successfully secured planning permission for a new two storey children’s nursery, café and community use building on a former farm site near Shinfield. Osel architecture produced, developed and coordinated the tender information with the professional team. The former farm buildings will be demolished, new buildings constructed and the site will be landscaped. Tenders are due back shortly and it is anticipated that works will start on site later this year.

Cherry Duck Studios

Osel architecture are very pleased to help deliver this fit out project in Wapping, East London.
We successfully helped win a planning appeal to convert units back into commercial workspaces for use by Cherryduck- a locally established media company.

The ‘Nest’ is an exclusive workspace hub built with creatives, marketers, designers, filmmakers, photographers, animators, producers and everything in-between in mind.

Osel completed the measured site survey, design, Planning including the appeal and construction drawings. We also worked with the interior designer and coordinated to secure Building Controls approval.

Parsons Green

Osel architecture are pleased to be working with GM Developments to help deliver twenty seven new apartments and new sports club facilities in Parsons Green, London.

Delivering a construction project

We are pleased to share the second part of the Bursar’s Review – The Independent Schools’ Bursars Association.
With his experience of construction within the education sector, Richard was invited to share his knowledge on the processes required for the hypothetical delivery of a new school building (RIBA 2013 Stages 5-8).

Planning Consent Granted for Heron House Redevelopment

Osel architecture are proud to announce the success of Ardrea Estates Limited’s, Heron House redevelopment in gaining Planning Consent at Wednesday night’s Brent Planning Committee meeting.
The building comprises a 3 – 5 storey linear wing offset by a 7 storey tower with views south over the stadium and the greater Wembley Growth Area. The application, for 40 dwellings over 9,000 sq ft of office space and associated basement car parking and service areas, was unanimously supported by the committee members. Congratulations to all involved!

Get the best out of every member of your project team

We are pleased to share this article that Osel’s Richard Campanini was invited to write for the Bursar’s Review – The Independent Schools’ Bursars Association. The article is being published over two magazines and covers the eight different construction stages (based on the RIBA Plan of Work 2013) and how to successfully deliver a new extension, alterations or a new school building.

Crescent House – Completed

Works have been completed at Crescent House; a development which has provided 36 new self-contained 1,2 and 3 bedroom flats. The works, which are located within the Clapham Common Conservation Area, involved both new construction and sensitive refurbishment of the existing 1930’s office building. Osel were appointed by Galliard Homes Ltd. under a Design and Build Contract to produce the high quality, modern residential spaces.

Osel goes camping

We have just enjoyed an adventurous camping trip away in East Sussex. The weekend included a visit to Ditchling Museum of Art & Craft, a 2014 RIBA National Award winner, a long walk around Ditchling Beacon interrupted by rain and wind, and a campsite BBQ – Osel style!

Promotions




Osel architecture are pleased to announce that Matt Weyham and Zeta Kachri joined the Board of Directors earlier this month, with both stepping up from Associate level to Director.

These changes to the Board are part of the planned evolution of the Practice and are coupled with the news that from the end of July, Tony Lynch is stepping down as a Director.

These new promotions will complement the drive, enthusiasm and focus of the Board moving forward. Tony will remain with the practice, as a consultant.

Littleberries Estate Phase II

Work is underway to deliver 13 new luxury homes in the second phase of the stunning Littleberries Estate. Conversion of the former headquarters of the British Province of the Order of the Daughters of Charity and St Vincent de Paul comprises a late C17 and C18 mansion house at the heart of the scheme, with early 1900’s additions including a chapel and a lodge house.