Tag: Brent


A new-build patisserie provides a vibrant street presence to North London

New-Build Patisserie | Architects for Park Royal | North London

forresterarchitects have been commissioned to design a new-build patisserie on a busy road in North London. The patisserie aims to increase income and re-establish a popular eatery that was forced to relocate due to the HS2 infrastructure. The new commercial premises have an under-utilised area of adjacent land, which offers the potential for development.

The location of the new patisserie is on a busy, anonymous road in North London, making it an ideal spot for attracting new customers. The simple geometric form and the inclusion of a shisha tent and terrace will provide a unique and visually interesting design that will appeal to passersby. The design will provide a notable new landmark in the area that will attract new customers and offer a unique environment to eat, drink and relax.

The proposed patisserie will be a simple geometric form that will include a shisha tent and terrace adjacent to the highly productive bakery. The design of the building will provide visually interesting framed views through the patisserie and terrace beyond in a simple linear plan. This will create a notable new landmark in the area, attracting both new and existing customers. 



Art decoration in Queens Park.

Galley Kitchen Refurbishment and Extension | Architects for Brent | Queens Park, North West London

forresterarchitects recently completed a full house refurbishment project in the Queens Park neighborhood of North West London. The project involved significant remodeling of the rear of the house to create a reconfigured galley kitchen and dining area. forresterarchitects utilised a series of folding-sliding doors to create a central courtyard that connects the indoor and outdoor spaces, allowing for easy access to the landscaped garden beyond.

The project also included the creation of a new garden at the front of the house and the rendering of the facade, providing a fresh and modern look to the street-facing exterior. forresterarchitects attention to detail and commitment to quality are evident in the striking art-deco design of the house, which has been updated with modern amenities and features while still maintaining its original character. The galley kitchen refurbishment and extension project is a perfect example of forresterarchitects’ approach to residential design, which focuses on creating functional and comfortable living spaces that are tailored to the needs of their clients. By combining modern design elements with traditional features, forresterarchitects is able to create unique and timeless spaces that are both practical and aesthetically pleasing.

The Queens Park location of the project is also noteworthy, as the neighborhood is known for its charming Victorian and Edwardian houses, which have been popular with young professionals and families alike. The area has a vibrant and diverse community, with a mix of independent shops, cafes, and restaurants, as well as easy access to public transportation, making it an attractive location for those looking to live in a bustling and dynamic part of London.