Four Homes We Completed in 2016

Monday, December 5, 2016

We Raised the Bar for Sustainable Homes in a State of the Art New Build

Assad is one of the most ambitious clients we’ve ever worked with. He wanted the best of everything: a self-sufficient house utilising solar power and ground source heat, with a cutting edge contemporary design, nestled in the High Weald AONB. Now that the intense challenge of designing and building is over, Assad and Lisa get to enjoy the best of contemporary and country life all in one. Click here to learn more about this stunning home.

We Brought the 21st Century to a Grade II Listed House

One of our most delicate period restorations yet, development of Acacia Road was a constant balancing act between protecting and restoring the period features of this Grade II listed St. John’s Wood house while making bold, contemporary additions that would allow our international clients to make the most of their London home. To get a glimpse at how we did it, click here to visit our portfolio page, featuring photos taken during construction.

We Preserved the Magic of a Unique Highgate Home

It was love at first sight when Paul and his wife saw this one-of-a-kind house. It was a passion project that needed significant work to reach their standards, but they also didn’t want it to lose the unique character that stole their hearts. Through careful collaboration and a shared appreciation for the building, we managed to do exactly that. But don’t just take our word for it, click here to read our interview with Paul.

We Built the Longest Private Pool in London – and Hid It Underground

There was already a lot to be excited about with this build. A conversion of four flats in Wimbledon into one, grand house, featuring an authentic Japanese tatami room used for traditional tea ceremonies – it would have been special enough if our clients had stopped there. But what really sets this home apart is the enormous underground pool, which involved more drainage engineering than you would ever want us to explain.