Kenway Road

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This wonderful terrace property, in the much sort after Earls Court Village conservation area was in a poor state and in need of considerable updating when our clients took it on.

We were brought in by our specialist construction partners on the project (Hanridge Services Ltd.) and worked very closely with them to develop a layout that transformed a series of cramped and poorly connected spaces into a fantastic, luxurious townhouse.

Making the most of the limited natural light and maximising the useable floor space within a compact urban site, were major challenges during design development. The re-design of the roofs over the original courtyard and delightful blacksmiths forge to the rear of the property allowed us to insert a series of generous rooflights that flood the ground floor with natural light. Whilst amendments to the second floor layout and elevations created a wonderful glazed wall linking the master suite and the substantial roof terrace to create a peaceful rooftop refuge from the city below.

Throughout the property we stripped out poorly thought out modern additions, whilst our careful architectural interventions transformed the building into a series of bright, generous rooms, creating a wonderful home with a great balance of historic detailing and contemporary living space in the heart of London.


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