This project for a Grade II * listed building -now used as offices- is an example of our approach to working with heritage architecture. We collaborated with some of the leading decorative restoration specialists in the country to recreate rooms in a way that brought out existing historic features as much as possible. When new additions proved to be the best way forward, we were keen to adopt an approach to refurbishment that has a slight modern twist thereby differentiating between new and old elements. We selected materials like European oak to give the project the grandeur and gravitas required.
We also worked with historic building experts and specialist craftsmen to create a custom moulding that now defines the three separate parts of the reception: anteroom; main reception/ concierge area; rear seating space. Services such as heating, air-conditioning as well as lighting are all carefully concealed by integrating these as part of fitted furniture or other architectonic features.
Joinery: DM Specialist
Decoration: Geo. Jackson / Clough Harris