The brief was for an eco restaurant with a green living roof, and clear views around the Green.
Arthur’s Restaurant Shepperton
Arthur’s on the Green is well known and loved restaurant on Twickenham Green. The owners, Adrienne and Tony Rowe, had the opportunity to create another branch – Arthur’s in the Park in Shepperton. The brief was for an eco restaurant with a green living roof, and clear views around the Green. The site is in a flood risk zone so needed to be designed with appropriate flood protection.
Our clients reviewed some options and went with a Mies van der Rohe inspired design, resonant of his Farnsworth House. The concept of piloti, raising the floor level, fitted perfectly with the site. The project is designed to have a meadow green roof, a fireplace and a kitchen to serve 60 covers. Planning Approval was gained in December 2013
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We are so glad we found AWK. We are delighted with the stunning design but even more so with the exemplary service provided by Sam, Tuc and the rest of the team. It would be hard to find a more technically proficient practice and even harder to find a more customer friendly team.
The hand painted kitchen was designed to be in the heart of the house, with an island unit where the family tend to gather for breakfast, coffee mornings with friends and after work meal time conversations.
AWK listens, is client centred, innovative, well organised and an excellent project manager. She pays attention to detail. Most of all she is passionate about her work. A great Architect and example of all that is good in the profession at such a challenging time.
This is one of our favourite - and earliest - projects. With a tight budget and a small kitchen in need of updating, Nick and Rachel wanted to create an interesting kitchen extension to their terraced Victorian property in Twickenham
The first floor was changed from a standard semi detached layout to have two large bedrooms with en-suites, one with a dressing room - a more practical and comfortable arrangement for the cosmopolitan couple.