Chantry Mews is a residential-led sustainable development of 42 homes in the heart of Gillingham, Dorset.
Holland Harvey has delivered a new community-focused gym for fitness brand Gymnasium in Wandsworth, London.
Holland Harvey has delivered a family-focused members club in St. John’s Wood – revitalising a prominent building on the high street through its conservation and adaptive reuse.
Working in Tulum Mexico, we have created 8 homes set within the Mayan jungle. Using a mixture of off cut stone and local materials the design seeks to bring a contextual edge to a modern design.
Inhabit Queens Gardens
Wellness Hotel Inhabit complete their second hotel with Holland Harvey.The hotel further explores ideas of wellness and sustainability in the hospitality sphere.
The refurbishment of a popular local community centre, Knights Hall, plays a pivotal role in this homes-led mixed-use scheme in south London.
Cornerstone wins Michelin Star
Tom Brown has won his first Michelin star at the Cornerstone Restaurant, designed by Holland Harvey.
Our recent opening for EL&N in Soho has been featured in online magazine, We Heart.
Montcalm Marble Arch Hotel
The Montcalm Marble Arch is a 5* hotel set behind a Grade II* listed terrace. The property sits within the Portman Estate Conservation Area on a graceful crescent a short distance from London’s Hyde Park and the West End.
Inhabit Queen’s Garden, Wallpaper
Our second Inhabit Hotel located in Queen’s Gardens, Paddington, has been featured in Wallpaper* Magazine.
Shelter From The Storm
Shelter from the Storm (SFTS) is a London based homeless shelter that provides 42 beds, freshly cooked food and holistic support to its guests to help them reintegrate back into society.
Set between a graceful terrace of elaborately detailed Victorian properties and a post-industrial mews, this scheme for Soho Housing Association creates two new build houses in north Westminster to provide much needed family housing in the borough.
A structural glass and perforated panel addition to the rear of this Victorian townhouse provides a double height contemporary living space to contrast and complement the extensive internal renovations of this family home in the Clapham Town Conservation Area.
Registered as a “Building at Risk”, this Grade C listed stable complex in the Scottish Borders features an imposing hayloft that announces the entrance to a cluster of barns and small cottages, configured around a central courtyard.