The relationship between life and housing, and the creation of “home”, is at the heart of the Architect’s work in developing living-place solutions; whether it is a private residence for an individual, or an affordable home in a community, the fundamental principles of “shelter” and “comfort” are understood.
The Art of the Architect is to engage and understand the intricacies of life and to design a place to support every aspect of it. At Bond Bryan, we work very hard with our clients to develop the best solutions to support life, work and play, happiness and contentment, encompassed in the concept of “home”.
Bond Bryan were commissioned to take a luxurious planning-approved, mixed-use and residential scheme through to completion for Berkeley Homes.
Bond Bryan were approached by Paul and Fiona Gregory to provide a design for their new home; the project consisted of converting a 1950s bungalow into a modern, contemporary house that was part re-design, part refurbishment and part new-build.
Built on the site of a disused car salesroom, this development comprises of four architecturally linked tower blocks, which will deliver 136 residential units, some of which will be privately rented and sold and some of which will be student accommodation.
Nestled in the leafy woods of Hertfordshire, within the grounds of Oaklands College, sits the recently-completed 2 storey student accommodation – ‘The Homestead’.
Bond Bryan were appointed by the University of West London to prepare a detailed planning submission for a residential scheme on a part of the their St Mary’s Road Campus in Ealing, fronting The Park.
Bond Bryan have been appointed by Northwood Developments to create this residential masterplan for an unused brownfield site in Derbyshire. Bond Bryan’s masterplan design has seen the creation of a tight-knit community with roughly 200 dwellings spread across the site.