Daykin Marshall Studio

RURAL SUSTAINABILITY | Renewable technologies have been subtly integrated to vastly reduce carbon emissions and retrofit draughty old buildings for 21st century use. The estate’s natural resources were harnessed to reduce the embodied energy of buildings materials
HERITAGE + RETROFIT | the addition of a timber bay dining hall breathes new life into an early work by renowned George Gilbert Scott. Carbon emissions are reduced by two thirds using breathable insulation and plaster finishes, air-source heating and embodied energy conscious materials.
TIMELESS MATERIALS | The embedded and uncanny connection between new and old at La Tour Maison captures our approach to sensitively, yet confidently working with historic buildings.
VILLAGE CIVIC | As winners of the Village Cup at Lords, cricket in Sessay, North Yorkshire, is a focal point for the village. Proposals for a cricket pavilion and community hall offer a new, public place for all ages
LEAVES OF COPPER | Working closely with and learning from specialist metal roofing craftsmen Nick Fletcher allowed us to tailor bespoke copper shingles for the mansard roofs at The Fairway in Leicester
REIMAGINING THE MANSION BLOCK | Nine apartments in the Highgate Conservation Area revisits a relevant typology for suburban low-rise densification in a sensitive, yet gritty North London setting
SOLAR CONCRETE | The stepped in-situ cast walls at Concrete House surround the courtyard garden, buffering the internal spaces from overheating and radiating retained heat during evenings on the terrace
COLLECTIVE LIVING | With the pressure on available housing and land only increasing, Family Commune explores a model for co-living in Bethnal Green, East London

Daykin Marshall Studio are architects based in London and the East Midlands specialising in houses, housing and public placemaking

18.05.2022

It's the Wednesday tennis social at Wigmore Tennis Club in Streatham and Mark has just finished photographing our retrofit of the clubhouse with photographer Nick Guttridge. Watch this space for more on the project, which not only upgraded the 1911 building to meet LTA safeguarding and access requirements but also provides the members with a light filled bar and, as seen here, an outdoor deck overlooking the courts.

22.04.2022

Corduroy House has been photographed by the talented Nick Dearden. Here's a preview of the garden extension.

25.03.2022

Working with a local family we're investigating potential sites and early concept ideas for a Paragraph 80 home in rural Nottinghamshire. This is a sketch for a walled garden courtyard house sited near to long-lost manor within naturalised meadows and grazed parkland.

We are architects, people who make buildings. Good places are a product of those that use, design and make them and so, though we are a small studio, we are part of a much larger family of collaborators.

21.06.2021

All through the Summer our window exhibition of working models will be on show at Amanda Meade Interior Design @amandameadedesign We use models to test, develop and explore. They're also a brilliant way to communicate and share our ideas in an accessible and engaging way.⁠

Thank you to Amanda for hosting the exhibition as part of @daykinmarshall and @amandameadedesign architecture + interiors collaboration.⁠

No two projects are the same and we like to take the opportunity to try new materials to suit each site and client. This is a sample board for our recently completed project in South London which used pigmented concrete against a granite terrace.⁠

#concrete #pigment #peoplemakingbuildings #granite⁠

The spire for Sessay Community Hall and Sports Pavilion is intended to be a beacon to the village and a focal point for information.⁠ In the studio we enjoy designing through model making and like to use local materials to blend with the tones, textures and history of the sites we're given.⁠ Photo @nickguttridge

#sessay #competition #cricket #civic #yorkshire #modelmaking

We're thrilled to have been shortlisted alongside a brilliant cohort of projects in this year's Architects Journal Small Projects Awards for Old Four Row. You can read more about the project here on our website and in the latest journal online and in hardcopy.

Daykin Marshall Studio are architects based in London and the East Midlands specialising in houses, housing and public placemaking

RURAL SUSTAINABILITY | Renewable technologies have been subtly integrated to vastly reduce carbon emissions and retrofit draughty old buildings for 21st century use. The estate’s natural resources were harnessed to reduce the embodied energy of buildings materials
18.05.2022

It's the Wednesday tennis social at Wigmore Tennis Club in Streatham and Mark has just finished photographing our retrofit of the clubhouse with photographer Nick Guttridge. Watch this space for more on the project, which not only upgraded the 1911 building to meet LTA safeguarding and access requirements but also provides the members with a light filled bar and, as seen here, an outdoor deck overlooking the courts.

HERITAGE + RETROFIT | the addition of a timber bay dining hall breathes new life into an early work by renowned George Gilbert Scott. Carbon emissions are reduced by two thirds using breathable insulation and plaster finishes, air-source heating and embodied energy conscious materials.
22.04.2022

Corduroy House has been photographed by the talented Nick Dearden. Here's a preview of the garden extension.

TIMELESS MATERIALS | The embedded and uncanny connection between new and old at La Tour Maison captures our approach to sensitively, yet confidently working with historic buildings.
25.03.2022

Working with a local family we're investigating potential sites and early concept ideas for a Paragraph 80 home in rural Nottinghamshire. This is a sketch for a walled garden courtyard house sited near to long-lost manor within naturalised meadows and grazed parkland.

VILLAGE CIVIC | As winners of the Village Cup at Lords, cricket in Sessay, North Yorkshire, is a focal point for the village. Proposals for a cricket pavilion and community hall offer a new, public place for all ages

We are architects, people who make buildings. Good places are a product of those that use, design and make them and so, though we are a small studio, we are part of a much larger family of collaborators.

LEAVES OF COPPER | Working closely with and learning from specialist metal roofing craftsmen Nick Fletcher allowed us to tailor bespoke copper shingles for the mansard roofs at The Fairway in Leicester
21.06.2021

All through the Summer our window exhibition of working models will be on show at Amanda Meade Interior Design @amandameadedesign We use models to test, develop and explore. They're also a brilliant way to communicate and share our ideas in an accessible and engaging way.⁠

Thank you to Amanda for hosting the exhibition as part of @daykinmarshall and @amandameadedesign architecture + interiors collaboration.⁠

REIMAGINING THE MANSION BLOCK | Nine apartments in the Highgate Conservation Area revisits a relevant typology for suburban low-rise densification in a sensitive, yet gritty North London setting

No two projects are the same and we like to take the opportunity to try new materials to suit each site and client. This is a sample board for our recently completed project in South London which used pigmented concrete against a granite terrace.⁠

#concrete #pigment #peoplemakingbuildings #granite⁠

SOLAR CONCRETE | The stepped in-situ cast walls at Concrete House surround the courtyard garden, buffering the internal spaces from overheating and radiating retained heat during evenings on the terrace

The spire for Sessay Community Hall and Sports Pavilion is intended to be a beacon to the village and a focal point for information.⁠ In the studio we enjoy designing through model making and like to use local materials to blend with the tones, textures and history of the sites we're given.⁠ Photo @nickguttridge

#sessay #competition #cricket #civic #yorkshire #modelmaking

COLLECTIVE LIVING | With the pressure on available housing and land only increasing, Family Commune explores a model for co-living in Bethnal Green, East London

We're thrilled to have been shortlisted alongside a brilliant cohort of projects in this year's Architects Journal Small Projects Awards for Old Four Row. You can read more about the project here on our website and in the latest journal online and in hardcopy.