As seen on BBC4 & Channel 5's 'I Own Britain's Best Home', conversion of 1930s milk depot into architect's office, sculpture studio and home with new-build development of three flats above. Exhibition in m2 gallery at the front of the building by architect and photographer Ken Taylor. Sustainable features include re-use of existing derelict building with recycling of materials.
2c Kings Grove (Queens Road end) SE15 2NB
Sat 12noon-5pm. First come basis, no queuing required. Tea and cakes served. Quay 2C practice work on display. Last entry 4.30pm.
Queens Road Peckham
436, 171, 12, 63, P12
- Architect on site
- Bookshop at location
- Free parking
- Green features
- Partial disabled
QUAY HOUSE Quay 2c is a multi disciplinary design practice whose studio is also home to architect Ken Taylor and artist Julia Manheim. The development was previously a milk distribution depot; it was then transformed into an unusual domestic project through its conversion, with four first floor beach huts as a series of bedrooms and a bathroom, and three new build loft style apartments tabling over the sculpture studio. This project has been a long time in the making, and it illustrates just how complex and difficult a self generated project can be, even though the architect did a lot of the building work himself.