The scaffolding is up at 97-104 Marylebone High Street and works have commenced on site.

Our patterned and glazed bricks from the H.G Matthews visit are back and the team are pleased with the results; Mash in particular..

The Urban Mesh team joined H.G.Matthews to get involved in the brick making process.

Urban Mesh welcomes Architect, Chris Rhodes, to the team!

The party wall has been removed at 10-12 New Quebec Street and the temporary works have been installed.

The glazed and mirrored facade on Coate Street has finally been revealed!

Becky Mayo joins the Urban Mesh team as our new part one architectural assistant!

The team at Urban Mesh Design wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Refurbishment of two flats within a grade 2 listed building completes at 71 Marylebone High Street.

After months of work, research and development with Erkan Nihat of European Building supplies, work starts with the black volcano bricks – in the capable hands of Tony of Brick and Flint.

Exciting glazed bricks for a residential project in London, W1

 

External improvements to an existing office building including new corner entrance, level access to ground floor, railings, bin store and new rear garden area.

 

Urban Mesh take a trip to Belgium to visit the Biennele!

 

 Refurbishment of a medical building on New Cavendish Street, London W1, including alterations to front and rear elevation.

Refurbishment of a  six storey medical building on Harley St, London W1, including a large new rear extension.

Extensive refurbishment of three buildings, including a lateral conversion to form four residential flats

 

The first stage of the 220 sq.m family house in London E2 complete!

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Refurbishment of existing duplex flat with new mansard extension starts on site.

 

Wayne Jarvis joins the Urban Mesh team as our new part one architectural assistant.

A residential 5th floor roof extension gains planning consent on Marylebone High Street.

A four storey medical refurbishment starts on site.

A new 220 sq.m family house in London E2 starts on site on a tight brownfield site.

Exciting new block of flats in Central London gains planning consent.

Tortoises Herb and Mash join the Urban Mesh team.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all at

Urban Mesh Design!

The project to renovate a 2 bedroom ground floor flat completes at Flat 1, 50 Weymouth Street.

Eleanor has recently passed her Part 3 exams with distinction from Westminster University - Congratulations!

We were delighted to be visited by ‘The Mandies’ who had both worked at our new home in its previous life. They rang the bell out of curiosity on passing the office and spent a great half hour with us reminiscing about the myriad of memories and personalities woven into the building.

For those of us that believe buildings have a soul (and we count ourselves amongst them!) it was a pleasure meeting Amanda and Mandy and having another layer of meaning opened onto our new Mesh Towers HQ.

Roof level extension is submitted for planning at 101 Marylebone High St.

Verity Holloway joins the Urban Mesh team as our new part one architectural assistant.

Following our move to the new 9 Newbury Street office, the final refurbishment works have completed.

We have moved to a new office near Barbican.

                       9 Newbury St, London EC1A 7HU                     

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Project completes. An upper masionette opens up to the roof with a crafty use of mirrors as splashback. The high-end flats were well received by client and all were pre let.

Our proposal for the renovation and extension of 61 Harley Street gains planning consent.

Project finishes with a beautiful natural stone bathroom.

Mews house is completed with a great staircase and painted brick wall in the living room.

9 Marine Gardens, a three storey listed building located on the sea front, completes.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all at Urban Mesh Design!

Nathaniel Baidoo joins the Urban Mesh team as our new part one architectural assistant.

The conversion of six floors of office space into five new residential flats has completed at 32 Queen Anne Street.

Head scratching as we work on sketch options for the new Gloucester Road project.

Design progresses for a new family dwelling in Coate St, London E2.

Work begins on site at 31 Harley Street.

The project to renovate this quirky two bedroomed listed flat completes.

The conversion of first floor office space into three new residential flats is completed at 48 Pimlico Road.

Renovation of listed 2 bedroom flat.

The project to renovate a two bedroom maisonette flat has completed.

72 Wimpole St, 71 Wimpole St and 32 Queen Anee St, London W1 can all currently be seen simultaneously under scaffolding in central London.

Renovation works on site continue to form 3no flats and a series of medical suites.

Office trip to Margate to visit ongoing project in Marine Gardens and the Turner Contemporary gallery, where we got hands on with some painting and shutter building.

Conversion of offices into four new flats on Marylebone High Street, W1 completes. 4no flats let out within two weeks.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all at Urban Mesh Design!

Prototype laser cut facade model for new house in Hackney E2.

Hannah Wilkinson joins the Urban Mesh team as our new part one architectural assistant.

Conversion of offices into two new flats on New Cavendish Street, W1 completes.

72 & 73 Wimpole Street & 32 Queen Anne Street gains planning consent as part of a larger use swap. Work begins on site for both projects.

Urban Mesh have been appointed on a new exciting regeneration project in Margate.

Eleanor Salmon joins the Urban Mesh team as our new part two architectural assistant.

Conversion of offices to four flats across six storeys.

An application for four residential dwellings from basemnet to fourth floor level and rear low level extension have been sent in for planning permission.

Conversion of offices to five flats across six storeys.

Planning application for five residential dwellings from basement to fourth floor levels has been submitted.

The renovation of a two bedroom flat on the second floor of a mixed use listed building on Harley Street, Marylebone W1 has been completed.

Samson Road, London E8 recieves planning permission. This application was for a four storey development of 8no. 1 bed and 2no. 2 B1 units.

Work begins on site at 92 Cavendish St. We renovated and extended the upper four floors five years ago and now the ground and lower ground floors are being converted into 2no flats.

Scaffolding going up at 4-5 Marylebone High St, London W1. Suprisingly they appear to have used brand new boards!

Designing an eight suite hotel in a seven storey building.

Project completed in July, the hotel operator completed fit out and opened in September.

Marylebone Journal  project in their December 2012 edition.

The complete rebuilding and basement excavation of a sizeable mews house in London has been completed. We extensively discussed the project with Westminster Planners and Marlyebone Association to arrive at a contemporary solution which reflects the varied architectural styles of this conservation area.

Our timber staircase, designed for the remodelling of 31 Weymouth Mews in central London is currently featured on the stair blog website Stair Porn. This detail was constructed using a glass balustrade and engineered timber as the stair finish and cladding for the wall.

The lateral conversion and mansard extension at 25-26 Marylebone High Street has been completed, creating 4no. two bed flats. This project also included the design of a new shop front at ground level, which has proven to be a great improvement for both the shop and the high street in general.

George Regnart joins the Urban Mesh team as our new part one architectural assistant. George studied his part I at Oxford Brookes School of Architecture. On completion of his degree, George worked at Clive Sall Architecture, an East London practice, where he gained key skills and insights into the design and development of residential buildings within London.

72-73 Wimpole St, a project with a proposal to laterally convert offices, has been submitted for planning.

Converting flats & medical suites into a single high-end house. After twelve months on site, this project has been completed and handed over to the client; follow the link to read more on this project featured in the August edition of the Marylebone Journal.

 

This projects converts flats & medical suites into a single high-end house. As the end of the project approaches, final items arrive on site including a massive fridge freezer which has to be craned into the lower ground floor kitchen area.