The sympathetic restoration and alteration of a heritage West London property.
Alterations and restoration of a West London property, sympathetic to the heritage and architecture of the building. Working to the considered designs of Ptolomy Dean Architects, the project involved the demolition of a single and two-storey extension and the construction of a new kitchen/family room.
Made-to-measure joinery, including an intricately designed roof light, casement windows and French doors, were heritage matched and manufactured by Barr Joinery. Further building works included new marble laid bathroom suites, alterations to the roofscape, redecoration and the remoulding of original plasterwork. Landscaping to the rear of the property was also included in the commission.
“Under the considered design eye of Ptolemy-Dean Architects, proportion, symmetry and the property’s distinctive Georgian character were in safe hands.”