Homework is an anthology of shedkm’s many and varied housing projects; the inventive and often ground-breaking re-use and regeneration of redundant buildings, the first fully prefabricated apartments for the private sector and our current fascination, the development of new concepts for that most familiar of dwellings: the terraced house.download
From speculative regeneration projects to a bespoke headquarters building, over the last decade shedkm has refined its imaginative and cost effective approach to creating high quality office environments. The featured projects have a common thread. None have benefited from lavish budgets but a great return has been realised by the thoughtful application of limited resources: high architecture with added value.download
The first five years proved the point - from nothing to a sixteen strong studio - from no projects to several large completions and a book full of ongoing work. This celebratory publication gives a glimpse of the result - mainstream modern architecture built and in use - projects under design and construction - some dreams and now, many realities…
The ‘blue book’ celebrated shedkm’s eighth year in practice by compiling a series of images of projects completed, plus a glimpse of what was to come. The book attempts to encapsulate visually the difficult to define ethos which drives the studio with its enthusiasm for modern architecture.download
The red book completed the 3 colour set of shedkm mini monograph's and celebrated the studio’s successful programme of projects completed from 1998-2008 via a trilogy of projects of differing scales and purpose.download
BA(Hons) BArch(Dist) RIBA ARB
Joining shedkm within the first year and contributing significantly to shedkm’s reputation and success, Hazel also spearheaded the opening of our London studio, reacting both to our client base established in the South and desire to expand shedkm's reputation in the capital. She continues to embrace the practice’s overall stability and growth, overseeing all aspects of the business and its sustained ethos and development.
BA(Hons) DipArch(Dist) RIBA ARB
Mark has led the Liverpool studio from inception and he continues to steer the development of many projects, encouraging a consistent approach across the practice’s portfolio and mentoring younger members of the team. He remains heavily involved in the development of projects, ensuring shedkm’s promise of close client relations through a shared process and experience in project evolution and delivery.
BA(Hons) BArch RIBA ARB
Joining shedkm within the first year, Ian's design skills extend to leading a team focusing on our portfolio of innovative prefabricated housing solutions and he has recently realised the prototype dwelling House with Urban Splash. He continues to look for innovative ways to improve the residential offer available across the housing sector and directs a number of residential masterplans whilst developing a range of new typologies.
BA(Hons) DipArch(Dist) ARB
Alex initially joined shedkm in early 2003 having studied at Liverpool School of Architecture and worked his way up to an Associate level. In 2015 Alex became a Director of the practice and continues to lead, grow and focus our ventures in London, directing our Golden Lane studio with a steady understanding of the history of the company combined with great ambition for new challenges in and around the capital.
BA(Hons) BArch ARB
Alan joined shedkm in 2001 as a qualified Architect. Following a period as Associate, in 2005 he was promoted to Technical Director, working between our Liverpool and London studios and directing technical output across the practice, contributing significantly to the procurement of our first major delivery in the South. He has been involved in every major project delivery and continues to lead on all construction aspects.
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Dave now lives and works in London representing the practice both in architecture and teaching - he is a visiting professor at the Liverpool School of Architecture. Recently elected a Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects, he remains a well respected mentor and promoter of the shedkm ethos.
jonathan falkingham MBE
BA(Hons) BArch RIBA FRSA
Jonathan co-founded shedkm and is also Chief Executive and Co-Founder of regeneration company Urban Splash. He has pioneered unique design and has received an MBE for his contribution to the built environment. Jonathan is a trustee of Liverpool Biennal, Royal Court Theatre and the British Architectural Trust and in 2016 he became a Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects.