Swingers West End featured in Time Out

We are very excited to announce that we are designing Swingers‘ second crazy golf venue, which will be opening in February 2018. Swingers West End will take crazy golf back to its seaside roots in a venue that reimagines the faded glamour of the 1920s English Riviera. Tickets will be available from Swingers website from Tuesday 14 November. Thanks to Time Out for sharing the news! Read the article online here.🏌


Cannonbury featured in 25 Beautiful Homes

Our Cannonbury project has been featured in the October issue of 25 Beautiful Homes magazine! The brief for this project was simple – bring the tropics to London.🌴 The terrace suits Valerie and her family all year round with the back entirely glazed to allow light throughout the fully open plan ground floor. 

‘Pete and I have been inspired by the hotels and restaurants that we’ve seen over the years’ explains Valerie, ‘so I liked the fact that Zach works on a lot of commercial projects as well as homes.’

Styled by Naomi Jones. Photography by Talbot Photography. Find out more about our Cannonbury project here


The Place London featured as Boutique of the Week in The Times

Thanks to The Times for featuring The Place London menswear store as their boutique of the week!

“Peer through the triptych windows of The Place London and you’ll see a well-appointed menswear boutique with rails that look impeccably curated instead of hopelessly overstuffed. What you may not clock is its heritage; it’s the latest addition to the capital’s retail landscape from the Burstein family.”

Read the full article here.

Swingers in Tatler’s Most Fun Bars in London


Thanks to Tatler for choosing Swingers as their number 1 ‘most fun bar in London!’ Tatler said; “We recommend you come to Swingers, a new and brilliantly named mini-golf course set in what they say was once a WWII bomb shelter, right next to the Gherkin. You get to quaff elderflower spritzes or Yankee Doodle shandies while truffling up slices of really quite fantastic wood-fired pizza before making your way around the compact (and, at times, fiendishly difficult) course.” Read the full article here.


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