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Satish Jassal Architects

19 Wharfdale Road , LONDON , N1 9SB

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Southwark Brick House

Within a Conservation Area

Barnet Brick House

New Build, Brownfield site

Haringey Glazed Extension

Within a Conservation Area

About the practice

Satish Jassal Architects design high quality crafted buildings that are sensitive to their locations. Our projects range from bespoke one-off homes to some of the first net-zero council homes in the UK, office refurbishments, cultural buildings, education buildings and masterplans adjacent to existing housing estates. We are currently on a housing framework for Haringey Council, delivering projects across a number of sites from £2million (8 homes) to £14million (46 homes) in construction value. We often work in sensitive conservation or backland sites and have successfully won planning permission on these challenging sites. We analyse the relationship between the site, the client's aspirations and the budget, and then optimising it in a physical form to generate whatever extra cultural, social, educational and economic value is appropriate.

Other Projects

West Kensington Office Refurbishment & Extension

Kensington and Chelsea
Alteration to existing property, Within a Conservation Area

Net Zero Carbon Council Homes

Brownfield site, New Build

Seven Sisters' Masterplan

Brownfield site

West London Apartments and Office

Alteration to existing property, Brownfield site, New Build

Islington Residential Shopfront

Alteration to existing property

Bounds Green Corner

Alteration to existing property

Haringey Brick House

Brownfield site, New Build
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