Pricegore

Pricegore

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Pricegore is a London based architecture practice.

We are interested in the everyday pleasures of buildings as well as how they are situated within broader narratives of architectural & cultural history. Our designs are collaborative and research based resulting in unexpected yet relevant buildings.

Dingle Price: +44 (0) 7973218514
Alex Gore: +44 (0) 7862254395

Studio A4A
Copeland Business Park
133 Copeland Road
London SE15 3SN

Email: office@pricegore.co.uk

Press

Our project in Peckham is featured in the June issue of Inhabit, Architecture Today.

Petworth House

A site visit to the Sussex town of Petworth.

Planning

Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent granted for an extension creating a new street frontage for a Grade II listed Manor House in Hackney. May 2016.

Kingston University School of Architecture & Landscape Exhibition 2016

Come and see the work of our students at the end of year exhibition opening on Saturday 4th June 1pm – Sunday 12th June. Projects to extend the Fitzwilliam Museum & Department of Chemistry in Cambridge inspired by the work of James Stirling. Model by Parniyan Salari.

New Architects 3

Pricegore have been selected for the Architecture Foundation’s landmark guide to the best architectural practices set up in the UK in the past decade. New Architects 3 will be published in March 2016 and launched at the Barbican with an afternoon of discussion about the conditions shaping British architecture.

CECILIA ROAD STUDIOS

A series of upgrades to a pair of art studios including the addition of a communal kitchen and courtyard garden.

Year: 2012-14
Location: Hackney, London
Programme: Art Studios
Status: Built

Year: 2012-14
Location: Hackney, London
Programme: Art Studios
Client: Private
Status: Built

The Corn Exchange Leeds, Cuthbert Broderick 1861. Drawing by Daniel Robert Warry

Oval Office

A new office within an existing building for a design consultancy. Constructed using low cost timber and sheet materials the distinctive form defines a characteristic interior and inhabits the former factory like a fragment of a city.

Year: 2015
Location: Leeds
Programme: Office
Client: Something More
Size: 55sqm
Status: Built

Year: 2015
Location: Leeds
Programme: Office
Client: Something More
Size: 55sqm
Status: Built

Gould Terrace

Alterations to a Grade II listed former Manor House on the Narroway, Hackney. A new two storey extension provides a new public face to the rear of the building. Adjustments to circulation and interior layouts improve existing residential accommodation and create a studio space in the basement with double height entrance from the street.

Year: 2015 -
Location: Hackney
Programme: Mixed-use
Status: Permission granted

Year: 2015 -
Location: Hackney
Programme: Mixed-use
Status: Permission granted

View from the upper loggia of the Villa Aldobrandini, Didier Boguet, 1823

DOCTORS' FLAT

Alterations to a flat on the upper storeys of a Victorian terrace in southeast London. The interiors are reoriented to address a linear park at the back of the houses. The dormer window and balcony share an architectural language of vertical and horizontal elements.

Year: 2014-16
Location: Peckham, London
Programme: Residential
Client: Private
Area: 72sqm
Status: Built

Year: 2014-16
Location: Peckham, London
Programme: Residential
Client: Private
Area: 72sqm
Status: Built

Golden Hill

A custom-build residential project on a former industrial site in the historic brewery town of Wiveliscombe, Somerset near the Exmoor National Park.

Year: 2014-16
Location: Wiveliscombe, Somerset
Programme: Housing
Client: Private
Area: N/A
Budget: Undisclosed
Status: Pre-planning

Year: 2014-16
Location: Wiveliscombe, Somerset
Programme: Housing
Client: Private
Area: N/A
Budget: Undisclosed
Status: Pre-planning

Guggenheim Helsinki

Sphinx like, the museum sits on the harbour edge addressing the city, the sea, and the world beyond. It's varied axes reflect the geometry of the 19th century city as it responds to the limits of topography and coastline.

Year: 2014
Location: Helsinki, Finland
Programme: Gallery
Client: Guggenheim Foundation
Area: 12,100sqm
Budget: €130m
Status: Competition

Year: 2014
Location: Helsinki, Finland
Programme: Gallery
Client: Guggenheim Foundation
Area: 12,100sqm
Budget: €130m
Status: Competition

With the assistance of Aska Welford & Sophie Roycroft

Primary

Proposals for phased conversion of a disused school into exhibition and studio space for thirty artists. We designed ‘Paravent Crates’ to provide an interactive framing device to support a series of talks and performances.

Year: 2013 -
Location: Nottingham
Programme: Arts
Client: Primary
Status: Initial Phase Built

Year: 2013 -
Location: Nottingham
Programme: Arts
Client: Primary
Status: Initial Phase Built

Low energy house

A new build, low-energy house overlooking the Chiltern hills. A collection of volumes roofed with metal clad vaults. The garage facade formally addresses the driveway that winds across the site. A vaulted canopy gives on to the kitchen garden.

Year: 2013-14
Location: South Oxfordshire
Programme: Private residential
Area: 400sqm
Status: Unbuilt

Year: 2013-14
Location: Oxfordshire
Programme: Private residential
Area: 400sqm
Status: Unbuilt

ROOFTOP LIBRARY

A library built for an academic on the roof of a terraced North London house. The top floor of the house is reconfigured to provide additional guest accommodation.

Year: 2014-15
Location: Finchley, London
Programme: Work
Client: Private
Area: 40sqm
Budget: Undisclosed
Status: Built

Year: 2014-15
Location: Finchley, London
Programme: Work
Client: Private
Area: 40sqm
Budget: Undisclosed
Status: Built

Soar Island

A dense cluster of buildings, reminiscent of mews, palazzos and mills, fulfils multiple roles in the city by defining new public realm, offering accommodation for diverse uses and forming a gateway to the city centre.

Year: 2015
Location: Leicester
Programme: Public space & mixed use
Client: City of Leicester
Area: NA
Budget: NA
Status: Competition

Year: 2015
Location: Leicester
Programme: Public space & mixed use
Client: City of Leicester
Area: NA
Budget: NA
Status: Competition

Painter’s Atelier, London

A two bedroom house is installed inside the shell of a Victorian warehouse to provide accommodation for an artist's family. The rest of the warehouse remains as the artist's studio which, overlooked and animated by the facade of the house, attains the character of a small piazza or garden.

Year: 2011-12
Location: Clapham, London
Programme: Artist Studio & Residence
Client: Private
Status: Built

Year: 2011-12
Location: Clapham, London
Programme: Artist Studio & Residence
Client: Private
Status: Built

Photography © Ioana Marinescu

Villa le Lac (1924), Le Corbusier & St Hilda's Garden Building (1971), Alison & Peter Smithson

Bruton Shed

An artist’s retreat. The shed is made of distinct layers each with a clear tectonic expression and contribution to environmental comfort. The shed is an architectural enquiry into ideas about retreat, nature, reflection and technology.

Year: 2015
Location: Bruton, Somerset
Programme: Artist Studio
Client: Hauser & Wirth
Area: 50sqm
Budget: £25k
Status: Competition

Year: 2015
Location: Bruton, Somerset
Programme: Artist Studio
Client: Hauser & Wirth
Area: 50sqm
Budget: £25k
Status: Competition

City Expansion, Kalmar Rinkabyholm

A landscape strategy and strategic plan for 1,000 new home and public facilities including new schools and a sports centre.

Year: 2013
Location: Rinkabyholm, Kalmar, Sweden
Programme: Urban Design & Housing
Client: Municipality of Kalmar
Status: Competition

Year: 2013
Location: Rinkabyholm, Kalmar, Sweden
Programme: Urban Design & Housing
Client: Municipality of Kalmar
Status: Competition

In collaboration with Sophie Roycroft and Agata Podgajna, and with the assistance of Max Gelibter, Mike Taylor, and Adam Webster

Plate from Interaction of Colour, Josef Albers

Community Hall & Sports Pavilion

The Community Hall & Sports Pavilion is a loose agglomeration of coloured metal barn like volumes enclosing a village square for Sessay. A delicate balance is sought between a formal, civic composition and the gentle misalignments and collisions that give the village buildings their character.

Year: 2014
Location: Sessay, Yorkshire
Programme: Village Hall & Sports Pavilion
Client: Sessay Parish Council
Area: 750sqm
Budget: £1.25 - 1.5m
Status: Competition

Year: 2014
Location: Sessay, Yorkshire
Programme: Village Hall & Sports Pavilion
Client: Sessay Parish Council
Area: 750sqm
Budget: £1.25 - 1.5m
Status: Competition

Thalmatt 1 Housing, Bern, Atelier 5, 1974

Garden Flat

Reinforced concrete columns mark the extent of the new interior and a glazed screen provides the external envelope. The extension leaves space for an adjacent patio. A coloured steel pergola will make another garden room.

Year: 2014-15
Location: Highgate, London
Programme: Residential
Client: Private
Area: 65sqm
Status: Built
Photography: Max Creasy

Year: 2014-15
Location: Highgate, London
Programme: Residential
Client: Private
Area: 65sqm
Status: Built
Photography: Max Creasy