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Inglis Badrashi Loddo

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Inglis Badrashi Loddo - Jeddo Road

Inglis Badrashi Loddo

Mixed use development in Shepherds Bush, London.

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David Grandorge


Viedw from Jeddo Road

Viedw from Jeddo Road 







This project is a conversion and extension of an existing laundry in the area of Acton known as 'Soapsuds Island' to create a mixed development of an office, seven flats and two houses. The original buildings comprised a house (no.69) and part of the former Jeddo Works building (no.67), each dating from the 1870's.

A new three-storey concrete-framed extension was built over the retained arches of the former Works, faced in matching brickwork and patinated zinc. South-facing winter gardens provide amenity space to the flats within this façade. A timber-lined passageway leads through no.69 to a newly formed courtyard behind the retained and refurbished 19th century house. This courtyard gives access to two new four-storey mews houses constructed in the space between the walls of the former laundry.