We are featured in Novembers edition of the RIBA Journal in a profile article written by the well known novelist Will Wiles entitled "Big not always best: Inglis Badrashi Loddo on giving house extensions charm". The article begins: "Out to confront assumptions that underpin much architectural work, the London practice feeds its ideas from houses into projects for small developers too. It’s easy to imagine that there’s not much new that can be done with the big house extension – it has become a wearisome cliché, not least for the architects who have to design them. Like many small London firms, Fitzrovia-based Inglis Badrashi Loddo Architects, IBLA, finds that the upwards and rearwards extension of homes for private clients make up a lot of its work. But it has brought to these bread and butter projects the condiments of originality, variety and charm...."
A link to the full article can be found here