Sam Willoughby Architects Conservation Architecture

Projects worked on include grade 1* listed buildings through to small dwellings in conservation areas. These projects require careful consideration to allow the buildings to restored and renovated in a way that respects the character and history whilst ensuring the continued use and survival of such buildings long into the future.

Conservation Architecture Portfolio

St. Pancras Chambers, London

Working on private apartments in a grade 1* listed building. This is a historically significant building in central London and required careful planning to try and salvage as many of the original features as possible.

Public areas where restored with great attention to detail whilst the areas for private accommodation were in a poor state of repair and needed major structural repair before creating high end apartments for modern living.

Working with RHWL Architects.

Regent Corner, London

Regent Quarter is located in Kings Cross and kick started regeneration of the area in 2000. Working on the final stages to complete convert listed buildings into a mixture of office, food and beverage and residential accommodation that form part of a wider master plan that has been highly praised by English heritage.

Working with RHWL Architects.