We’re excited about the imminent launch of our newest completed project, the new Room 2 hotel in Southampton. Thanks to the whole Room 2 team for the massive effort and final touches – it’s looking great!
04 June 2018
Orange Cottage garden is open to the public on Saturday 9th June.
30 May 2018
Project Orange has won planning permission for two new homes in Leiston, Suffolk.
18 May 2018
We are now under going pre-application for our custom-build housing scheme, which is located on the ‘new village green’ at the heart of Ingoldisthorpe, a small village in Norfolk.
01 May 2018
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has granted Peabody £1.15m through the ‘Good Growth Fund’ towards a new £2m community and enterprise hub in Thamesmead. Project Orange produced the feasibility study that, along with over 80 residents, businesses and community groups, supported the bid. Our proposals aim to transform the derelict 1970’s social club and area underneath an adjacent flyover into flexible spaces, able to host a range of services including community meetings activities and events. The scheme will facilitate diverse and affordable enterprise projects for skills and training. The project aims to improve the public realm and community amenities within the Moorings Estate, creating opportunities and a greater quality of life for local people.
05 April 2018
Christopher and James are attending MIPIM for the first time this March and are looking forward to a busy few days in Cannes!
13 February 2018
Project Orange has taken part in an invited competition for a new co-working office tower in Waterloo. Out entry explored the use of CLT construction methods to produce a lightweight and sustainable building for what is an incredibly constrained site.
05 February 2018
Our 71 room apart hotel project in Southampton for Room 2 is on site and approaching completion.
01 February 2018
Project Orange has just completed Glovers Alley, the new restaurant in The Fitzwilliam Hotel in Dublin. Launching on February 2nd, the concept for the new restaurant reimagines Pullman Class dining through a contemporary lens. Fluid lines and luxurious materials unite a sequence of intimate spaces in an elegant whole. Evocative of the Streamline Moderne style of the 1930s whilst confidently of their time, the glamorous yet informal interiors are defined by linings of rich fumed oak and brass, coved plasterwork and Deco-Pastel leathers.
22 January 2018