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The low budget, family house project posed a challenge of conveniently arranging multiple rooms in small area. Pre-reconstruction edges of the walls were toned down, in order to conform to the new, minimalistic aesthetics and letting two colors prevail in the interior was also the part of the concept.
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The refurbishment and extension of a 17th century house which had be significantly altered and divided up over the years, reinstating it into a inviting family home with careful consideration to working in harmony with the original historic fabric of the building.
Set within the Pimlico conservation area, this conversion of a 5-storey Victorian townhouse involves the creation of 4-bedrooms (3 en-suite), a reception room with adjoining dining room and kitchen at ground floor, an office at first and a guest bedroom, bathroom and a large family living room at lower ground.
Through a continuous design and development process, packages completed for the refurbishment include the setting out and detailing of all rooms, kitchen design, sanitary-ware provision, bespoke joinery and the coordination of all fixtures and fittings within the house. Work is has...