Chantry Mews is a residential-led sustainable development of 42 homes in the heart of Gillingham, Dorset.
Certified B Corporation™
Following almost a year of reflection, measurement and reform, we are now part of a global community of businesses that meet high standards of social and environmental impact.
Cornerstone wins Michelin Star
Tom Brown has won his first Michelin star at the Cornerstone Restaurant, designed by Holland Harvey.
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.
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.
The refurbishment of a popular local community centre, Knights Hall, plays a pivotal role in this homes-led mixed-use scheme in south London.
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.
Our recent opening for EL&N in Soho has been featured in online magazine, We Heart.
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.
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.
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.
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.