Stahlwerk Augustfehn on Wallpaper*

The project is the result of a decade of regeneration at Stahlwerk Augustfehn, a small steel factory in rural North Germany, where beautiful rare survivals of Germany’s industrial past are now accompanied by crisp contemporary architecture. Alongside new production facilities, Finkernagel Ross has captured the unique industrial heritage of Stahlwerk Augustfehn by restoring and displaying industrial artefacts in the new buildings. These unearthed artefacts of a bygone era include a painstakingly restored former factory clock, a listed steam engine dating from 1902 (the only one of its kind still in operation) and several old original steel hammers. Wallpaper* covered the story in February 2018.

The article can be found here.

Back to news

Stahlwerk Augustfehn on Wallpaper*

Southwick Yard on dezeen

Southwick Yard is an intimate four-double bedroom house by Belsize Architects, nestled in a secluded gated mews at the heart of Connaught Village in the Hyde Park Estate. Previously, a small, drab one-bedroom mews cottage in Southwick Yard offered limited opportunities for occupancy. In developing the site for the Church Commissioners, Belsize Architects advised that demolishing and replacing the existing building – rather than extending or remodelling it – and adding a basement would maximise the site’s potential, both spatially and financially. Southwick Yard was covered by dezeen in February 2018.

The article can be found here.

Back to news

Southwick Yard on dezeen

The Berkshire Twins in The Evening Standard

The Berkshire Twins are identical contemporary rear extensions to a pair of 1870’s townhouses in a conservation area in the village of Twyford. The first extension was carried out by architect homeowner Fred Guttfield of Guttfield Architects and his wife. Once the project was competed, the neighbours asked for an identical copy. The Evening Standard covered this story on 21 February 2018.

Click here to see the article.

Back to news

The Berkshire Twins in The Evening Standard

Three clients in The Times

This piece in The Times’ Bricks & Mortar takes a look at solutions to the housing crisis with quotes from Bell Phillips Architects, bptw partnership and Proctor & Matthews Architects.

The article can be found here.

Back to news

Three clients in The Times

Aperture Works in Inside Housing

Aperture Works by bptw partnership – the ambitious first phase of a multi-use regeneration of the historic Kodak factory site in Harrow for L&Q – appeared as Development of the Week in 12 January’s edition of Inside Housing.

The article can be found here.

Back to news

Aperture Works in Inside Housing

Contact

If you would like to find out more about any of the projects we’re working on, or talk to us about how Goodfellow Communications can help you, we’d love to hear from you.

Telephone: +44 (0) 203 633 2077
Email: info@goodfellowcommunications.com

Sign up to our mailing list here.

A map of our office location can be found here



Goodfellow Communications
218A High Street
Epping
Essex
CM16 4AQ


Vacancies

Senior PR and communications account manager

PR and communications executive