Conservation Area Projects
The project involved the complete strip out and reconstruction of the interior of the building including new 2 storey extensions to the rear of the building.
A development of 6 new mews houses in a Central London location, on an extremely tight site.
Reconstruction of a mews house in a Conservation Area with a new basement and roof terrace.
Conversion of an occupied listed building to form new flats, with a 4th floor mansard roof extension, and ground floor rear extension
Reconstruction of an end terrace mews house as a Live-Work unit, with a new basement.
The project involved the demolition and reconstruction of this tiny mews house.
This project involved the extension and conversion of an old Post and Sorting Office, to provide two additional floors and subdivide the existing six flats.
The project involved the demolition and reconstruction of this mews house with a new mansard roof, where only the front wall at first floor level was retained.
The project involved the construction of a complete new house, using a 17th Century oak-framed barn, imported from Hampshire, and re-erected on site.
This scheme, currently in Planning, will comprise 9 new flats, being a mix of 3 bed, 2 bed and 1 bed units, all of which will have balconies or gardens.