Conservation and Modern Design

Notting Hill Conservation Area ProjectFeatured in The Architects’ Journal, this Notting Hill Gate project blended the conservation concerns of the Grade II listed coach-house with new structural elements. New features included exposed steel to create the open-plan ground floor and extensive remodelling of elevations, whilst fulfilling the requirements of the conservation area. [more]

Building from the Top to the Bottom…

Architect Voon Wong’s InspirationFeatured in a number of publications in Europe, as well as the UK; Voon Wong Architects had a vision of modern urban living not constrained by Newton’s Laws. With a mezzanine level that hangs from the ceiling, and a kitchen that defies gravity, this school house conversion reinvents the terms “urban living” and “open plan”. [more]

Open Plan Everyday Practicality in the Kitchen

Open Plan Kitchen / Dining / LivingFeatured in a number of the UK’s leading home and lifestyle magazines, the clients vision was to create a usable workspace and to provide a location for homework to be done. Major structural adjustments and rear extension were necessary to deliver the clients “top priority”: a centrally situated island unit. [more]

Accurate – Off Site

Accurate’s Team - Out and aboutWhen away from the site, Accurate’s team participates actively in community events such as the Crawley Irish Festival. In addition, Accurate has entered staff teams in events such as the Windsor Building Industry Half-Marathon. Accurate’s staff has won both team and individual prizes.