Max and Claire attended an evening business mixer hosted by our friends Domus Nova at the Paul Smith Shop in Notting Hill
We have submitted a planning application for a rear extension to a Victorian house in Chiswick.
The Office ran a 10k race organised by The Fix UK in Richmond Park.
We have moved to our new office !
This month has seen one of our new residential projects, Stradella Road, starting on site.
A festive unveiling of the Brook Green Pavilion.
Max de Rosee was invited to give a talk at this year’s event in Northamptonshire showcasing the Little Hall project and how we define value.
The Little Hall has been shortlisted as a regional finlaist in the 2017 Civic Trust Awards.
It has been a busy few months at De Rosee Sa, the practices' first new build residential project, the Courtyard House is now complete.
The final touches are underway on our first residential new build project, the Courtyard House is nearing completion.
De Rosee Sa to be part of the RIBA Constructing Communites exhibition during London Architecture Festival at the Pekham Levels.
The Little hall wins 2 Regional RIBA Awards;
RIBA SOUTH AWARD 2016
RIBA SOUTH SMALL PROJECT OF THE YEAR 2016
We are delighted to announce that our Little Hall project (at Prestwood Infant School) has been shortlisted for the RIBA South 2016 Awards.
We are delighted to announce that The Woodland Cabin has been shortlisted for the Architects' Journal Small Projects Awards 2016!
The Little Hall at Prestwood Infant School is complete and the lunchtime feasting has begun!
A great start to 2016, De Rosee Sa has been shorlisted for the Young Architects of the Year Awards!
The Little Hall at Prestwood Infant School is complete, a feast hall that we are sure Mr Fox would approve of!
Our Prestwood Infant School project is taking shape. Here is a look at the process.
We have started work on site at Prestwood Infant School and the project has been given attention in various media.
DRS’s Brook Green community pavilion has been mentioned in the Architects’ Journal following planning consent.
This month, we were shortlisted for the Regent Street Shop Window 2015 competition.
Planning permission was granted by Westminster for our project at Chester Square, as well conditional approval from the Grosvenor Estate.
We have taken an important step this month on two significant projects.
We have been working for a few months on a new-build house in West London.
We are working on the design & refurbishment of a farmhouse in Inkpen in Berkshire.
Just in time for the holidays, our winter design competition has produced an array of festive frivolities.
We had an exciting time at London Design Week this year...
Our biggest residential project to date is complete.
This month we welcome Matthew Arnold to the practice as our new part 2 architectural assistant.
This month has been all about the completion of our Hillcrest project.
May has been an exciting month for new builds...
This month has been busy. Work has begun on our Powis Square project...
After months of hard work on site, we are putting the finishing touches on many of our residential projects.
This month we spent an exciting day with filmmaker Laurence Wood capturing details and craftsmanship on our Wilton Place project.
Happy New Year! Following a delightful winter break, we start 2014 full of energy and ideas to bring to our projects.
December was a busy month full of festivities.
November has been a month of achievements that began with Max running a marathon through the New York metropolis.
Our director Max ran the New York City marathon on Sunday 3 November to raise funds for the homelessness charity Emmaus UK.
Yvonne Ophaus flew out to Quebec to familiarise herself with the site for our lakeside cabin project.
DRS manned a stall at the Brook Green fair to consult the public on our pavilion proposals.
De Rosee Sa have moved. Our new office address is Unit 21, Pall Mall Deposit, 124-128 Barlby Road, London, W10 6BL.
Grosvenor Estate have granted consent for the Wilton Place project to start on site.
De Rosee Sa are pleased to welcome Ed Martin to the office.