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Private Residence, London

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Sector: Residential
Service: Refurbishment
Location: London
Value: Undisclosed
Duration: 32 weeks

Project Background

An apartment located in an historic building in the heart of Westminster, this property was an exciting project where interior design was key, updating the layout of rooms and using luxury Italian finishes and furniture. The use of the latest audio-visual and controls equipment provided for an excellent entertaining space. Consisting of 2,000 square foot of living space, our client’s brief was to substantially modernise the layout and mechanical and electrical services of the property.  This project involved us providing a full turn-key solution where technology works in conjunction with design, creating an elegant and sophisticated home.

Our Approach

Working closely with the Client from planning and feasibility stage, we advised on the most cost effective solutions to realise the design intent of this project, without compromising on the quality of finish required to maximise the potential of this prestigious development. Works were undertaken within a live Mansion block, requiring sensitive management of stakeholders throughout the project..

The Outcome

The project was delivered to the highest possible standards in terms of cost, programme and quality of finish.

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