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creativemass has been commissioned for an exciting new residential project involving a roof conversion and complete interior redesign on a beautiful Georgian house in Haringey, North London. Our ambition is to frame the gorgeous...read more
Exciting times at the Kensington site – site ladders no longer required! This project is close to completion – more photographs to come! Follow us on instagram to stay posted! Contact creativemass if you have a project you would...read more
Creativemass are looking for Architectural Assistants and Technologists. Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org...read more
Creativemass were appointed to improve the circulation of a 19th Century top floor penthouse flat located in Kensington, London. This included the design of a staircase and a lift shaft, within both public and private spaces. The...read more
Creativemass is a small architecture studio based in SW London. Along with our clients, we like to be engaged with all aspects of a project; from concept through to completion. This includes initial ideas and sketch design, to planning and...read more
When possible, we like to specify beautiful products like Dinesen wood flooring for residential projects. We love the Scandinavian simplicity and calmness that the wood brings to a space. Founded in 1898 in Denmark, the company has...read more
creativemass have successfully carried out numerous basement extension projects in London in areas such as The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC), Westminster, and the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames, many of...read more
We have just received planning permission from Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Council for the redevelopment of a mews property in London. Located in one of London’s many iconic mews streets, Queen’s Gate Place Mews – a...read more
This tiny wedge shaped mews house found in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, measured just 11.7m long and 4m deep at it’s widest point (1m deep at the narrowest point) and was previously a series of small cellular rooms, feeling...read more