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28 Sep: City A.M. Living – You Transom Devil

City A.M. Living discusses transom windows in its latest issue   The full article discusses the revival of transom windows in modern architecture. In the piece, William Samuels, co-founder and co-director of Wilben highlights the various positive effects that a transom window has on a property. The full coverage can be read here: http://www.cityam.com/272996/theyre-called-transom-windows-they-go-above-doors-and

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19 May: Green Light for new Avenue Road mansion with epic basement – Prime Resi

Planning has been granted for a significant new mansion on St John’s Wood’s Avenue Road. Wolff Architects has received consent to build an underground basement complex of around 7000 square feet, after proving that it would not be harmful to the area’s drainage or structural stability. Prime Resi’s full article looks at the project in more detail and features comments from Nick Pritchett, the director…

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19 May: Revealed: Wolff’s latest luxury development has a basement bigger than most London homes- BDaily

Architecture firm Wolff has revealed plans for its latest luxury development in London after it secured planning permission for a 15,000 sq ft mansion in St. John’s Wood. Plans for this mansion include an underground basement complex of 7000 square feet. To secure planning permissions, a series of geological and hydrological studies had to be carried out to ensure the property wouldn’t have…

12 May: Architect’s Choice: Classical architect meets modern living

Wolff Architects has begun work on a luxury housing development in north London The Muswell Hill site, Connaught House, was previously owned by the Metropolitan Police and is a far cry from the Georgian and Victorian townhouses that Wolff Architects’ portfolio favours. Architect’s Choice Jade Tilley reports of the successful planning application made by Wolff to redevelop the derelict police station into six new-build…

12 May: David Wolff on the advantages of refurbishment over outright renovation

UPGRADED LIVING David Wolff, founder of Wolff Architects speaks to Architects Choice about the pros and cons of refurbishment David Wolff argues that architects can more effectively realise the needs of clients and minimise  disruption to communities through refurbishment, rather than complete renovation. ‘There are obvious benefits to the community [in refurbishing over renovating].’ Refurbishment projects tend to be far shorter than redevelopment ones,…

05 May: Wolff Architect has bagged planning for “trendy” new-build scheme in north London- Prime Resi

Classical architect goes contemporary in North London Collectively christened Connaught House, the set of six four-bed townhouses on a challenging site in Muswell Hill will come in at 2,500 square feet apiece, with open-plan ground floor receptions, lower ground kitchen/dining rooms, full-floor windows, and sunken gardens.Completion is slated for Summer 2018. David Wolff, director of Wolff Architects: “We’re already highly regarded for our skill at…

27 Mar: David Wolff features in Notting Hill & Holland Park Magazine and the Kensington & Chelsea Magazine

Made to Measure: Lauren Stevens interviews David Wolff to discuss the most extravagant additions to London’s palatial homes. While building a miniature aquarium filled with a modest school of sharks may be no biggie, the prospect of creating an alternative climate in a residential home was new ground to be covered; Wolff Architects created an ice room as part of a spa in…

16 Mar: Move To: Town & Country

The colour purple Wolff Architects Wednesday 15th March 2017 Commentators believe our sudden zeal for sizzling Yves Klein blue and Pantone bright orange is a reaction to Brexit, Trump and other global problems. “Weighed down by politics, a number of clients want shots of uplifting colour now,” explains Helen Bygraves of Hill House Interiors. David Wolff of Notting Hill-based Wolff Architects in west…