Matheson Whiteley adds pared-back brick extension to Sebastian Wrong’s Victorian house

Matheson Whiteley has completed a simple brick extension to designer Sebastian Wrong’s east-London house, featuring a combination of traditional and contemporary details. The studio led by Donald Matheson and Jason Whiteley was tasked with designing an addition to the semi-detached Victorian townhouse that could accommodate a workshop on the ground floor with an en-suite bedroom

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Revamped Sea Containers House features offices designed to encourage interaction

Matheson Whiteley and BDG Architecture + Design have refurbished several floors of a historic 1980s building in London, creating open-plan offices intended to promote flexible working (+ slideshow). London architecture studio Matheson Whiteley partnered with workplace specialist BDG Architecture + Design to overhaul the Thames-side Sea Containers House, which was designed in 1974 as a hotel but ended up becoming an office building More

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