ALTER & COMPANY GAINED PLANNING PERMISSION FOR THE 'VESSEL HOUSE' WITHIN A PRESTIGIOUS CONSERVATION SETTING by Grant Shepherd

Vessel House is comprised as a five bedroom house organised over three floors, which creates dynamic house that can accommodate a variety of family types. The exterior appearance of the building has, through a vigorous design process, been conceived so that it is sympathetic to the current street scape in its shape and scale, but contemporary and dramatic in its spatial design and architectural presence. 

ALTER & COMPANYS 'SURGAR HOUSE' WINS BUILD 2018 Architectural Award by Grant Shepherd

ALTER & COMPANY have won the Best Contemporary Architecture Design Practice - UK & Best London Contemporary Residential Extension for our ‘Sugar House’ project. The proposal pushes functional design through the formation of staged living platforms surrounding a central staircase. 

ALTER & COMPANY SHORTLISTED FOR THE BRIGHTON QUADRANT ART COMMISSION With gateway proposal 'VOICES' by Grant Shepherd

ALTER & COMPANY entered the national arts call for the creation of a new gateway to historical heart of Brighton the North Laine area. Our piece called 'Voices' was shortlisted five over entries. Voices is a sculptural gateway that borrows from the architectural language of the past and creates a sense of wonderment for the future. 

NEW FATTO A MANO RESTAURANT MARBLE COUNTER IS ON THE MENU by Leith Mckenzie

Moving forward with the fit out of our latest restaurant, Fatto A Mano in heart of our city. For us authentic ideas and a clear process is key to designing beautiful environments. The material choice used to create this little restaurant is tantamount to making a successful place to dwell. 

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STANYARDS STABLES FEATURED ON DEZEEN by Leith Mckenzie

A slide and bright yellow ladder are among the playful interventions employed by Alter & Company in its modernisation of a farm in Surrey, England. Renovating a series of outbuildings situated alongside the 400-year-old Grade II-listed Stanyards Cottage. Photographs by Jim Stephenson