The 2018 programme is now past. We will be launching the 2019 programme mid-August.

  • View looking at restored historic pub (right), with the newly built 3 storey mixed use building (left), and clear glazed link separating the old and new
  • Facade of newly built 3 storey mixed use building, featuring reclaimed London stock bricks
  • Facade of the restored historic pub
  • The Sekforde at night
  • View from Glazed Link
  • Interior of restored pub, with wood graining featuring on reinstated timber panelling
  • Belfast sink and glazed brick slips give bathrooms a unique aesthetic
  • Basement function room, featuring restored original brickwork and Yorkstone flooring
  • The first floor 'Ballroom' takes influence from the Yellow Room at the John Soane museum
  • The maisonette flat located in the New Build upper floors features more contemporary detailing and fittings

The Sekforde

Chris Dyson Architects

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34 Sekforde Street, EC1R 0HA
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A RIBA award winning mixed use project that involves a full restoration to a Regency pub, a new 3-storey building adjacent featuring a modern interpretation of Georgian proportions, with a bronze framed glazed link separating old and new

Design

Original design
Chris Dyson Architects, 2017
Type
Historical house, Mixed use, Restaurant/bar
Period
Contemporary, Georgian