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Peter Jones store . London


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Peter Jones is a Grade II* listed department store of the John Lewis Partnership. Occupying an entire city block the store’s six buildings encapsulate over 80 years of changing attitudes to retail architecture. The site’s primary facades represent the first example of a modernist curtain wall construction in Britain. Continue reading Sergison Bates


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Courtyard housing . London

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The project involves the redevelopment of a former Engineering works used to process sheet metal, close to Lavender Hill, Clapham. The complex infill site, which is embedded within a residential urban block, has been transformed into a residential development of nine dwellings arranged around a communal garden and accessed via an existing cobbled mews. The dwellings are organised on two floors with a central courtyard at ground level and a roof terrace on the first floor. Continue reading Sergison Bates


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Saint-Vincent-de-Paul . Paris

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Sergison Bates architects . Bourbouze & Graindorge

International competition to transform part of a 3.4 hectares site in the 14th arrondissement into a new mixed-use development. The Saint-Vincent-de-Paul site is a densely planted area surrounded by high walls, originally occupied by a convent which was later repurposed as a hospital. The new masterplan is organised around the two original orthogonal routes that crossed the former hospital, and we will be working on one of the four ‘islands’ that make up the new quarter in collaboration with Bourbouze & Graindorge. Continue reading Sergison Bates . Bourbouze & Graindorge


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Tourist and cultural centre . Antwerp

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The 350m long by 200m wide Eilandje, Antwerp’s oldest port, sits at the threshold of the medieval centre of the city and its harbour district to the north and west. The proposed restoration of the Red Star Line passenger ship company buildings on the site was set to anchor the heritage of the port as a staging post for emigrants to the ‘New World’ amongst a series of neighbouring cultural and commercial developments. Continue reading Sergison Bates