Sam Willoughby Architects Residential Architecture

The residential CV features a wide range of work throughout the UK. Projects vary from small scale green buildings to high end apartments and listed buildings.

Residential Architecture Portfolio

Garden Studio, Northamptonshire

September Cottage, Northamptonshire

Private residential extension to create a new light and open kitchen space that connects with the outside garden through large bifolding oak doors. High quality building materials and finishes have used to delivered a modern, stylish kitchen for modern day living.

Located in a small rural village in Northamptonshire.

Battersea Power Station

Working on phase 1 on the Battersea Power Station Development to deliver 850 high spec residential units. The ground floor is made up of office, retail, restaurant, theatre and leisure facilities. The apartments are designed with a double glass skin to provide winter gardens to provide each apartment with outdoor space that allows the occupier to enjoy the space and views all year round.

Working with Ian Simpson Architects

Queensborough Terrace, Hyde Park, London

Working to create 10 Residential Units near Hide Park, London. These 1,2 and 3 bed apartments are finished to a high standard and are efficiently designed to create large room sizes with floor to ceiling glazing and aluminium balconies with views to Hyde Park.

Working with RHWL Architects.

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.

British Home Awards

Competition entry for British Home Awards for a home of the future. The design will achieve the highest level (level 6) set out by the code for sustainable homes and sustainability and is made from a timber frame with prefabricated building elements to allow for a flexible design that has a minimum build time.

Working with Andy Wong