Tom Finch Limited

Rue Delaunoy

April 2020

Works on site approach completion in the conversion of a light industrial building into a residential dwelling for artist Laure Prouvost and curator Nick Aikens. As executive Architect, we are working in collaboration with Adam Khan Architects

Aviemore extension

February 2020

We have recently been appointed to test the feasibility of a small extension, to an existing building, within the same grounds as a recently competed painter’s studio.

The extension will provide a reading room and dedicated space in which art can be displayed.

Photograph by Oskar Proctor.

Rue Delaunoy

November 2019

Works have commenced in the creation of a dwelling, within an existing commercial space, in Brussels. Works are due to be completed in May 2020.

Rue Delaunoy

November 2019

Permanent stabilisation works, involved in the creation of an artist’s atelier in Brussels, are ongoing.

Cazenove Road

November 2019

The refurbishment of a London home/ studio, for an industrial designer and graphic designer, has recently reached completion.

Rue Delaunoy

September 2019

Permanent stabilisation works have commenced in the creation of an artist’s atelier in Brussels.

Wavre houses

September 2019

Work has recently commenced in the design of two neighbouring residential dwellings in the Belgian city of Wavre.

Located on a site currently occupied by a single dwelling, split into two buildings by a central courtyard, the project will involve the refurbishment of one building, and the replacement of the other. A planning application is to be submitted by the end of the year.

Aviemore studio

June 2019

The recently completed project involving the creation of an artists studio, in the Scottish Highlands, is featured in the ‘Architect’s Journal’.

Cazenove Road

May 2019

Works continue in the refurbishment of a family hone in North London, scheduled for completion in Summer 2019.

Aviemore studio

February 2019

The recently completed project involving the creation of an artists studio, in the Scottish Highlands, is featured in the ‘Architect’s Journal’.