mixed use development in Kentish Town - Pardon Chambers Architects
Corner view of converted pub

The Castle

SIde elevation

A new development behind a retained facade in the heart of north London providing 5000 sq. ft. of commercial space at basement and ground floor level with 7000 sq. ft. of residential accommodation above.

Pardon Chambers Architects were appointed as architects and contract administrators to deliver this challenging and rewarding project on a constrained site in the centre of the city, adjacent to a disused London Underground station.

Residential entrance
Modern open plan living space

Our services included: Section 106 submissions, community liaison, London Underground agreements, party wall awards, new basement construction, demolition and enabling works contracts, facade refurbishment.

Environmental credentials: the development achieved CfSH Level 4 and BREEAM Very Good, and is 35% better than Building Regulations 2013 on regulated CO2 emissions.

Completed August 2018.

"I couldn't recommend Roman Pardon more highly. He is able to combine client focus, attention to detail and organisational abilities without diluting the integrity of his design vision. Having worked with other architects, it is very rare to find an architect/firm who is so strong in all these areas and marries so well the practical with the design."
Living area
open plan office space