Harley Street Interiors
The existing property has a unique modern quality, which we have based our design theory upon. Interplay between light and texture form a series of defined thresholds and internal spaces. This symbiosis creates a more welcoming, transitional space that separates the dwellings from the street.
Parish Hall Conversion
A beautiful, distinctive property, set in the New Forest. The area was originally designated for individual, detached villas designed in the Arts & Crafts style. Our design proposal combines sleek, modern living with traditional vernacular materials and seeks to maintain the character of the original building.
We assisted D.E. & J. Levy and Anderson & Sheppard to secure planning approval for proposed internal and external alterations to the Grade II listed building, which was originally built in 1723 by Timbrell & Stallwood as part of the Burlington Estate.