• Technical

    • Appointment: 2001
    • Area: 6.8 hectares
    • Client: Countryside Properties & South East England Development Agencies
    • Competition, First Place
  • Bibliography

      • ‘Housing Plan in St. Mary’s Island’, a+t, 2002, pp54–61
      • Jeremy Melvin, ‘Home Grown’, The Architects’ Journal, 7 November 2002, p48
        • Kester Rattenbury, ‘House of Fun’, Building Design, 25 October 2002, pp14–15
      • David Taylor, ‘South East Agency has new Designs on Quality with CABE’, The Architects’ Journal, 21 March 2002, p10
      • ‘From Table to Basin: St Mary’s Island’, arq, 2001, pp 229–247

The scheme creates over 400 homes around a Victorian dry dock at the old Royal Naval Dockyard, Chatham. The working title ‘From Table to Basin’ denotes a masterplan for social spaces from the domestic kitchen table to the civic dry dock.

  • Technical

    • Appointment: 2001
    • Area: 6.8 hectares
    • Client: Countryside Properties & South East England Development Agencies
    • Competition, First Place
  • Bibliography

      • ‘Housing Plan in St. Mary’s Island’, a+t, 2002, pp54–61
      • Jeremy Melvin, ‘Home Grown’, The Architects’ Journal, 7 November 2002, p48
        • Kester Rattenbury, ‘House of Fun’, Building Design, 25 October 2002, pp14–15
      • David Taylor, ‘South East Agency has new Designs on Quality with CABE’, The Architects’ Journal, 21 March 2002, p10
      • ‘From Table to Basin: St Mary’s Island’, arq, 2001, pp 229–247
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