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  • Norton Ellis on the BBC

    Norton Ellis Architect’s 3D Printing Studio for Digits 2 Widgets appeared on this weeks episode of the Apprentice on BBC1. This is not the first time one of our projects has been featured on the BBC, as our clients Finders International  regularly appear on the programme Heir Hunters.

  • Knightsbridge Mews – update

    Norton Ellis Architects have recently completed this project. Transforming a 1970’s mews house into a stylish modern home. The ground floor double height living space is linked to the rest of the house by a new steel stair and gallery, with a laser cut balustrade. On the roof a new second floor extension provides a family…

  • Office Expansion for Finders International

    Norton Ellis Architects have recently completed the first phase of an office refurbishment for Finders International in Shoreditch, London. Finders have expanded their current London HQ to include the basement of the building, which was previously used as a Yoga Studio. We have created a light filled open plan office space in this existing basement.…

  • Sky Dock

    Our entry in the 2010 Forgotten Spaces Competition to regenerate an underused part of London, was for a Sky Dock above Embankment Station. The Sky Dock comprises of four cantilevered platforms on land and one satellite platform in the river, which house the following: A café, an external performance space, an exhibition space, an observation…

  • Cleveland Street

    We recently completed this refurbishment of a Georgian building in the Fitzrovia Conservation Area in the London Borough of Camden. The shop unit was refurbished and the upper floors were converted to provide two flats. The existing features were retained and then the property was decorated in a sophisticated modern style ready for marketing.

  • Clerkenwell Road Offices

    The existing offices were dark and oppressive. Located in a much sought after location in London, the proposals aimed to increase interest in the office space by giving them a more creative feel, this involved removing the suspended ceilings to reveal the heads of the sash windows thereby increasing the overall height, light and feel…

  • Kensington Residence

    This 5,500 sq.ft. Grade II listed, four storey apartment has been completely refurbished to create a beautiful, comfortable and contemporary home. The brief for the project was to create a place for entertaining and the display of the client’s art collection. This was achieved by providing free flowing spaces around the entrance hall and the…