Volume 3 were instructed to prepare proposals for a masterplan for sites on the River Neva close to the UNESCO World Heritage Historic City Centre of Saint Petersberg. The site is 46 hectares and includes the largest shopping mall in Europe at over 500,000m2.
Volume 3 combined two 3 bed flats on first and second floors of an Edwardian mansion block in a conservation area in Putney into a single 3-bed maisonette with extensive living space. The client required a very contemporary design with rich and varied materials and textures.
Volume 3 proposed and successfully constructed a new supermarket with two storey shopping mall above, incorporating a basement with 5 stories of car parking and the supermarket storage below.
A client purchased this large home, with the intention of a full renovation and the addition of a guesthouse. Volume 3 proposed a full reorganization of the interior around a new central atrium to visually unify the above floors to the ground level.
Volume 3 in association with Dal Riva were asked to complete the fit-out of a victorian terraced house sale after termination of the original contract with the developer and another contractor.
Volume 3 were commissioned to refurbish and extend this Grade 2 listed former 2500 seat cinema in a conservation area into a commercial mixed event auditorium with residential units.
This is an unusual scheme where a modest Victorian end-of-terrace house nearly doubled its size to provide a full basement extension and sunken patio garden in addition to a complete interior renovation.
Volume 3 were commissioned to prepare proposals for a substantial private house with 6 bedrooms separate 3-bed guest house, neo-classical in appearance with exemplar sustainable credentials.
The creation of a new public square, and the marina linked to the Bay of Shells Boutique hotel, is the new Interchange designed to provide another reference point for tourists and Korcula visitors.
The clients approached Volume 3 to design a house that was to be a reflection of their modern lifestyles and the result delivered a large garden with a separate garage and a contemporary extension to the house.
The clients wished to create a permeable unit reflecting an open-plan layout whilst still being able to account for privacy when guests are visiting.