Canoe Lake Tennis Pavilion, Southsea Canoe Lake Leisure has invested considerable time and money in new tennis facilities on Southsea Common.
The appellants sought permission to build a large, single storey "lifetime home" on an undeveloped paddock near Oxenbourne, a hamlet within the South Downs National Park (SDNP).
Hopefully illustrated in our manifesto and our work, is the value we place in the Process and Narrative of architecture; using this to inform our design responses and understanding of landscape.
Our Tennis Pavilion in Southsea, Portsmouth has been completed and photographs are now on our website.
We have just received planning for a new House on the edge of the New Forest National Park - The Gardener's Cottage.
We have just photographed The Foxhill, which was completed last year. The images can be viewed on the project page below.
Darren Bray refers to himself as a ‘gatecrasher’, ‘imposter’ and ‘disrupter’. This perception of himself as an interloper has not shifted after 19 years in practice.
Lots happening in the office with many new projects in their early stages. We thought it would be nice to share some of the concept models which have been made...
We are all delighted to have been Highly Commended in the Design Through Innovation category at the RICS Awards on Wednesday night.
We are delighted that Tayseer Kardash has decided to come and work with us at PAD studio after completing her RIBA Part 2 at Cardiff University. Tayseer spent a year previously working...
The last of our series of short films.
The third in our series of short films.
The second in our series of short films which we are releasing each week for four weeks.
PAD studio, along with friends, clients and fellow collaborators have been working with Film students from The University of Portsmouth to create four short videos which endeavour to illustrate our approach to...
We are honoured for both Forest Lodge and The Water Tower being shortlisted in the RIBA South Awards 2017.
We are really excited to be heading to Jersey this week to discuss our work; architecture, art and collaboration.
We have recently been appointed to design a multiple unit housing scheme for a plot of land in Enfield, London EN1.
We have just submitted a planning application for this small housing development in Enfield.
On reflection of the article 'Why we make models?' by Gavin Henderson published in the AJ (Architects Journal) we thought we would share some PAD studio models.