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interior design

  • Highland Steading


  • Hawksley Heights

  • Whitton Road

  • Orange Iceberg apartment

  • Queen Square

  • Urban Zen

  • Evans Residence

  • Notting Hill Office

  • House in black

  • Taper House

  • St Augustines Mansions

  • Raw House

  • The Water Tower


Highland Steading

A new five bedroomed courtyard estate house with cottage and steading annexe that commands majestic views south over unspoilt countryside. This new split level house integrates the old farm out-buildings with expansive new living area and upstairs bedroom suites and balconies. The design recalls the original imposing hillside home which it replaces.

Robert Rhodes Architecture + Interiors


We first met the owners Alex and Catherine in May 2014, having been recommended by a previous client. They brought to us their elegant wreck: an enormous, 8-bedroom Edwardian villa that had previously been the home of a multi-generational family. Before that it had been bedsits. All told, we were presented with the aftermath of 30+ years of neglect and disinterest. The utter magnitude of the place meant that even basic renovations were going to cost a small fortune.

Gruff Limited

Hawksley Heights

North London loft conversion to create luxurious master suite, with City skyline picture window.

Phillips Tracey Architects

Whitton Road

Whitton Road is a recently completed refurbishment, rear extension and loft conversion to a two storey, end of terrace Victorian home in Twickenham.

Draisci Studio

Orange Iceberg apartment

The apartment, in a prestigious period building, has been remodelled and upgraded to contemporary standard of living.

Inglis Badrashi Loddo

Queen Square

A conversion and extension of a 6 storey office building to create a high end family home.

Spheron Architects

Urban Zen

Conservation Area basement apartment retrofit, erection of a single storey rear and side extension.

Chris Dyson Architects

Evans Residence

Town-house refurbishment to a family home on the northern arm of the historic Spital Square.

Roland Cowan Architects

Notting Hill Office

Draisci Studio

House in black

A characterful family house in London has been modernised and extended.

Mustard Architects

Taper House

Tapered spaces and long views defined by a sculptural extension for a family desiring open plan light filled living

Andrew Wood Associates

St Augustines Mansions

The apartment had not been touched for twenty five years. It was tired, the services were old and a full refurbishment was required. The building was brick and concrete, it was an Edwardian mansion block and there were lots of flats to try and keep happy through the noisy dusty works.

Mustard Architects

Raw House

A light filled home of industrial elegance

PAD studio

The Water Tower

This four storey water tower was constructed in the early 1900s to gravity feed water to the adjacent house. The tower, located within the New Forest, was in very bad state of repair with a number of leaking windows.

PAD studio stripped away the existing furnishing and decor to reveal historic fabric, before proposing a number of contemporary interventions, including a large pop-out window and sculptural steel staircase