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This stunning Hove seafront period property has been renovated within strict limitations of its listed status. While working on listed buildings generally takes patience, stamina and doing your homework before starting, the results can be extremely rewarding.
Derwent London appointed us to look at the refurbishment of a number of rental residential units of an apartment building in Rathbone Place. The brief asked for a fit-out concept to be replicated thought-out all the units and to be implemented sequentially at the end of each tenancy. The furnishing selection was part of the brief.
Fit out and furnishing have been considered together so to achieve a coherent concept and an atmosphere for the interior of the flats.
Attention was given to design solutions that minimise maintenance, improve access for repair...
The proposal for the new Visitor Centre building aims at creating harmony with the surrounding Nature in a 2-ways integration.
On one hand, the building engages with the surrounding space by opening itself toward the outside, the lake and the nature, through a large outdoor Lake Terrace and an outdoor studio to the north.
On the other, we seek to integrate the Nature into the building by maximizing opportunities for the Reserve’s flora and fauna to “use” the building as part of the natural environment.
By designing different typologies of interstitial spaces all...
It is a very attractive building with decorative brickwork on the front elevation, stained glass in some of the windows and front door and period railings either side of the front entrance in Baron’s Court Conservation Area.
Full internal refurbishment, restoration of the front facade and rear windows to the first floor and re-slating the roof.