May 15, 2019
Our project 8-14 Cadogan Lane has won the Best Small Housing category in the London LABC Building Excellence Awards 2019. Externally the four houses reflect typical mews houses of the Hans Town Conservation area but internally they offer spatially interesting contemporary living.
May 2, 2019
Latitude is delighted to take part in the London Festival of Architecture this year. We will be opening our studio as a part of Studio Lates, Southwark Hub on Friday 28 June at 17:30 Register for you free ticket.
January 10, 2019
Latitude has obtained planning and listed building approval for the extension and re-cladding of the Morden Hall Garden Centre in the London Borough of Merton. The Garden Centre is enclosed by a tall historic brick wall in the old market garden of the Grade II listed grounds of the National Trust's Morden Hall. The works, which will create a fresh new image to the garden centre in addition to reducing internal glare and providing additional covered external retail space, are to start on site in the summer
November 21, 2018
The City of London has granted planning consent for the addition of two floors of office accommodation together with the complete internal reorganisation of the core of the existing office building. 43 London Wall sits within the Bank Conservation Area.
October 11, 2018
Great news that our design for Ightham Scouts and Ightham Football Club is underway as reported by The Sevenoaks Chronicle
June 12, 2018
Our low-energy refurbished Chelsea mews house for Cadogan has been shortlisted in the Homes category of the New London Awards 2018. The significance of this small project is as a precedent for refurbishing London’s historic buildings. It proves that with intelligent design even modest residential stock can be updated to rigorous levels of sustainability whilst sensitively respecting its heritage. It will appear in the New London Architecture exhibition of London’s best new projects. The winners will be announced on 4 July.