A listed building within which we were to combine two properties into one, this project required a modern approach with a sophisticated and sensitive understanding of the original features of the building.

Our goal was to join the two apartments, maintaining the grand scale of the rooms and delicately handling the period features while bringing an understated modernity to the living accommodation. The contemporary additions, such as the kitchen and the staircase linking the two floors were in deliberate contrast to the shell of the property.

To achieve the high end finish, neutral tones were selected with depth being added through the use of unusual texture and materials, sourced from global suppliers.

A luxury two-bedroom apartment renovation for a client that required more usable space.

Utilising the high ceilings within the lounge, we were able to provide our client with an additional 40m2 of living space by creating a bespoke mezzanine floor. The property was completed to a high-end specification to compliment the original décor.

A converted Edwardian warehouse steeped in history, this building once served as a storage depot for the British Museum before becoming one of the first developments of the renowned Manhattan Loft Corporation in the late 90’s.

Our goal was to fully refit the top floor penthouse and turn this unique and spacious property into the client’s dream home by combining its industrial heritage with an organic, minimalist appearance.

We achieved this through the use of carefully chosen, responsibly sourced materials and finishes: exposed brickwork, handmade silk burlap, specially crafted Moroccan plaster, reclaimed timber and metalwork all came together to highlight the original features while infusing a natural warmth into the property.