Project Orange has submitted a reserved matters planning application for a 12 unit Custom Build site in Ingoldisthorpe, rural Norfolk, working alongside Custom Build enabler Livedin.
04 December 2018
Project Orange has won a competition for a new beach house on Ferry Road, Southwold.
04 December 2018
Specification Today has profiled Project Orange in their November edition, interviewing James and covering our methods for specifying materials.
19 November 2018
Our 7 unit apartment in Wandsworth is set to go in for full planning permission.
16 November 2018
Nhow's new London hotel is progressing on site and has a fresh new set of hoardings. 'London Reloaded' is the concept behind the hotel, a space where tradition and innovation collide, located in a district marked by an industrial past and technological future.
05 November 2018
Our recently completed refurbishment of the Swan, Southwold, has been featured in The Sunday Times list of Britain's top 100 hotels.
30 October 2018
Project Orange has recently secured planning permission on appeal for the new 79 room Room2 Chiswick, London. Scheduled to open in 2020, Project Orange acted as both architect and interior designer for the scheme.
22 October 2018
The London School of Architecture has welcomed its 4th cohort of students to its brand new studio on Mare Street where James is head of Critical Practice.
01 October 2018
1 Zhukov, our Moscow Office project, has been shortlisted for this years INSIDE World Festival of Interiors Awards in the Creative-Reuse category. INSIDE is the sister event to the World Architecture Festival, held this year in Amsterdam. James is set to present there next month.
13 September 2018
Peabody has appointed a consortium headed by LDA Design and featuring Project Orange as architects to set out its plans for the regeneration of Thamesmead in south-east London. This Landscape and Green Infrastructure Strategy will direct the transformation of Thamesmead’s waterspace, landscape and public realm as the population of Thamesmead expands from 46,000 to 100,000 over the next 30 years.
05 September 2018