A reworked Surrey cottage by Alter & Company is imbued with a sense of playfulness. Photographs by Jim Stephenson.
ALTER & COMPANY were commissioned to design and implement a new restaurant in the heart of Brighton city centre. Large structural works are underway, altering the existing structural built fabric enabling larger volumes of space to dine and entertain.
OUR SHOWREAL OF STANYARDS STABLES, A WONDERFULLY PLAYFUL HOUSE ENRICHED WITH CONTEMPORARY MOMENTS OF CONNECTION /
The design sensitively organises the existing farm buildings through controlled and contemporary fenestration. This unites the traditional building features with clearly composed architectural picture frame windows and vertical rhythmic courtyard glazing. The house is a composed as an angled over lapping journey through secrete doors, slide and restful nets. All Photography by Jim Stephenson.
Warning: May create serious DJ Envy. Sneaky peek of our bespoke design for a recent client. Photography by Jim Stephenson, stepping into the light of playfulness.
“It’s big yeah” Jon Link, Modern Toss
Alter & Company are please to announce the submission of planning for four new houses in Brighton's Downs Valley area. Valley View Close brings about a carefully quant set of dwellings to the existing neighbourhood.
Alter & Company are delighted to announce New Sussex Hotel's exciting development plans. The project's visionary idea and aesthetic design supports the Chancellor's recent commitment to the Greater Brighton City Region, with the announcement of an investment of £48.73million through the Local Growth Fund.
With access provided we are pleased to present Alter & Company's Jersey Street Loft. In this rugged rooftop terrain we designed a loft extension that collects light from a shiney silver petal, illuminating the interior.
ALTER & COMPANY reveals our first USA project in New Mexico. We are excited to have designed Land Studio, a new workshop and studio lightly sitting in the rugged New Mexico landscape.
ALTER & COMPANY reveals new photographs of the playful qualities of the ‘Sugar House’. The proposal pushes functional design through the formation of staged living platforms surrounding a central staircase.