Completed and Current Projects
Contemporary extension and full refurbishment of a Victorian House in Wimbledon, £120k budget, 4 month construction time.
Basement, ground floor, first floor and loft extensions in Camden. The main living space connects to the garden, is 'televisionless' and includes an oak double height library and window seat.
A holiday home for a large Cypriot family on the outskirts of Paphos facilitates indoor-outdoor luxury living and entertaining with solar protection during the hot summers and cosiness in the colder winters.
Side and rear extensions plus full high-end refurbishment in Clapham. £400k construction budget, 6 month construction period.
The footprint is maximised by proposals with ground, first and loft extensions including adding a double height wow-factor living space, additional study and bedrooms. Construction budget confidential. 8 month construction due to start April 2019.
Wow factor family space for entertaining, living, eating, cooking and learning. £120k construction budget, completed September 2018, 4 month construction period.
Extension and full refurbishment of a 3 bedroom Victorian House, £75k construction budget, 4 months construction time.
Family ground floor extension maximising space and extending into a low maintenance garden, £140k construction budget, 4 month construction period.
Conversion and fit-out of an existing barn building, £180k construction budget, 6 months construction time.
Three unique woodland studio residences designed as retreats for writers, artists and creatives in Shropshire. Planning application submitted December 2018.
Double storey extension in a Hampstead conservation area for a chef and keen gardener. The design maximises floor area whilst making the most of the double height with a feature staircase leading down to the newly split-level garden. £400k construction budget, 8 month construction period, at planning stage.
Low carbon, flood resistant house on the banks of the river Thames, £650k construction budget, Planning Permission granted June 2017.
Ground floor, loft and basement extensions at a Victorian house in Southwark. Under construction 2018, £500k construction budget, 8 months construction period.
Ground floor extension to create a wow factor space connecting to the garden. The extension creates a gable roof connecting into the existing house of the semi-detached house. Planning approved February 2018. Construction budget £100k.
Ground floor extension to a Victorian house in Stratford. The design relates to the original house with a new contemporary language focusing on optimising light inside the house throughout the day. Construction budget £130k, under construction 2018.
Full refurbishment and extension of Knightsbridge townhouse for Grosvenor Estates. Mike Beacham was project architect working for March and White Ltd.
Facade retention scheme rebuilding and extending this mews house in Knightsbridge for Grosvenor Estates. Mike Beacham was project architect working for March and White Ltd.
Planning permission gained for rebuilding a prominent corner site in Pimlico including double basements for 3 commercial units with 6 residential flats above. For Grosvenor Estates, Mike Beacham was project architect working for March and White Ltd.
Five floor refurbishment and office fit-out project by Liverpool Street Station for The Office Group. Mike Beacham was project architect working for March and White Ltd.
Three storey office fit-out in a new-build Kings Cross development by David Chipperfield. Mike Beacham was project architect working for March and White Ltd.
Office fit-out for co-working in Euston Square. Mike Beacham was project architect working for March and White Ltd.
New-build hotel in Moorgate including 2 restaurants and 80 rooms for D&D London. Mike Beacham was part of a team of architects working for Conran and Partners Ltd.
Roof extension restaurant to a hotel building in Shoreditch for D&D London. Mike Beacham was project architect up to planning stage with Conran and Partners Ltd.
The change of use to residential and redevelopment of Centre Point Tower on Oxford Street. Mike Beacham was part of a team of architects working for Conran and Partners Ltd.