We are thrilled to have been both engineer and fabricator of Dutch Light – Jyll Bradley’s latest work.
All Dutch Light images © Thierry Bal, 2017
Dutch Light will be moving from its current location at Chatham Historic Dockyard to Turner Contemporary in Margate on 12 August.
We obtained Planning Permission and Building Control approval for this timber-framed Garden Room extension to a family home in the Fulbourn Conservation Area, South Cambridgeshire. We provided both architectural and structural engineering services in connection with this project, and were involved in the delivery of the project on site.
We designed and project managed the refurbishment of the front area of this London town house in Islington. The works involved excavation and installation of a retaining wall to create a new bin store and planters; diversion of a gas main and re-location of gas meters; and the installation of new railings, dwarf walls and paving.
We created this south-facing roof terrace in the Barnsbury Conservation Area. Godber & Co. provided both structural engineering and architectural services in connection with this project, obtaining both Planning Permission and Building Control Approval on behalf of our clients. On this project we collaborated with Iron & Steel Fabrications and Devonshire Partnership, Party Wall Surveyors.
We have been providing Development Consultancy services for our client, London & Regional Properties in connection with their refurbishments of the London Hilton, Park Lane and Thames Wharf Studios.
We were the Structural Engineer for Green/Light, a fantastic artwork by the artist, and friend, Jyll Bradley.
Green/Light was created for the Folkestone Triennial 2014 arts festival curated by Lewis Biggs and Jo Cowdrey of the Creative Foundation. The artwork now forms part of the Permanent Collection in the town.
Godber & Co. collaborated on this project with framer, Mark Darbyshire; with Goldings Agricultural Services; the students of the University of Kent; Reynolds Construction Ltd; and Martello Building Consultancy.
BBC © 2014
We were pleased to learn that two of our completed projects have featured in Episode 3, Series 2 of The Great Interior Design Challenge on BBC2. With thanks to our clients Kevin & Mary at No. 23, and Liz & Marie at No. 2 Elwin Street.
It was a pleasure to work with Robert Orchardson on this beautiful, suspended artwork ‘We are the sky’. Godber & Co. worked with Rob to develop a method for elegantly and safely suspending an arrangement of four solid brass elements in a stairwell on campus at Loughborough University.
We worked alongside colleagues from expedition engineering; Andrea Micheletti from the University of Rome Tor Vergata; Simon Guest and colleagues at the University of Cambridge; and ES Global to deliver this sculpture marking the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the University, and the tenth birthday of Kent School of Architecture.
Head of School, Professor Don Gray, staff and students at the school were involved from the very start, helping to achieve a unique form-found geometry for this ground-breaking Tensegritree structure.
© Oscar Walheim, 2012
Ben also teaches at undergraduate and post-graduate level at the Kent School of Architecture in Canterbury.
We delivered the structural engineering design for this basement and garden room extension to a property on Spencer Park, Wandsworth for the Edwards family.
We are working with Eric Guibert of sens architects on this garden room rear addition to a house in Hackney, East London for William de Quetteville.
We were the structural engineer for this refurbishment of a substantial Edwardian townhouse on Norham Road, in Oxford, for the Greenwood family.
We were the structural engineer for the redevelopment of St Pancras Amateur Boxing Club.
© bere:architects, 2012
We undertook the structural engineering design for this eco-refurbishment of a substantial Edwardian townhouse on Dyne Road, Kilburn for the Tang family.
We were the structural engineer for this eco-refurbishment of a substantial Edwardian property on Exeter Road in Brent, for the Wates family.
We were the structural engineer for this all-weather outdoor play space and canopy for South Harringay Infant School.
Godber & Co. helped to deliver the project in collaboration with Harry Dobbs Design.
We obtained planning permission for a single-storey rear addition to this house in the Jesus Green Conservation Area in Tower Hamlets, East London for Sophie Page-Hall.
…more to come!