A Grade II Listed, converted East India Company warehouse dating back to the 18th Century.
Holland Park Villas is a new build residential development in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea for Grosvenor and Native Land.
JRA has been appointed as delivery architect for Burlington Gate, a new residential building in Mayfair located between Old Burlington Street and Cork Street.
Smithfield Square is a mixed-use development in Hornsey, North London for St James. The development comprises four buildings with 440 residential apartments.
AtJRA was appointed by Aviva Investors to develop proposals for the conversion from office to residential accomodation.
JRA has been appointed as Delivery Architects to work alongside Design Architects Stanton Williams on 10 Park Drive
Designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP), JRA were appointed to deliver this major residential development next to Tate Modern on London’s Bankside for Native Land and Grosvenor.
JRA were appointed to deliver this 132-apartment development in Lewisham for St James Group Limited.
Designs for a new residential development in Al Ain, JRA’s proposal draws its inspiration from the indigenous buildings of the Middle East
JRA’s experience of innovative housing developments led First Base to commission them to work with Porphyrios Associates on the design of this large North London housing project.
Three tall residential pavilions rising out of a podium provide maximum daylight to individual apartments and views through the site at ground level.
A landmark urban community developed with Ralph Erskine and delivered by JRA.
A competition for a prominent waterfront site in Copenhagen’s South Harbour regeneration area gave JRA the opportunity to explore design ideas for high density urban living.
JRA developed the concept for the external envelope with Munkenbeck + Marshall on their competition winning scheme for 232 apartments.
Taking on the scheme after it received outline planning consent, JRA developed a detailed design and construction concept.
Working with Richard Rogers Partnership, JRA drew on their knowledge of pre-fabrication, procurement and project management to develop a rational concept for the cladding system.
JRA were executive architects on this high quality residential scheme on a former hospital site.
The original early 20th century neo-classical house was gradually dwarfed by later development including a 1960s residential building which JRA's design replaces.