We worked with former Pink Floyd studio manager and her musician husband to transform the iconic Britannia Row Studios into two stunning industrial style flats.
A dismal old book warehouse is completely transformed into a bright and airy residence-atelier with a double apartment and patio-verandah plus a separate additional apartment unit.
Rylston Road is the transformation of an old tyre shop into two beautifully designed maisonettes. The lower flat is a slick and colourful duplex apartment with a huge, warehouse-like, open living room/kitchen area opening onto the garden.
The Voltaire apartment is located in a 1920’s industrial building of Paris’ 11ᵗʰ arrondissement. The initial space of square proportions is stripped down to raw concrete. The sole addition of a central island is enough to define a variety of spaces, entrance, main living space, dressing, horizontal and vertical circulations, without the need for any wall or partition.
Located within a converted 1840’s mercantile wharf building, the North End Loft project involved the combination of three existing residential units into a single two-story residential loft for a high tech/low tech couple interested in celebrating modern living in an authentic Boston setting.
The Tower Bridge London apartment has an abundance of original features and has been stylishly furnished. The living space offers double height ceilings with original timber beams, exposed brickwork, wooden floors and open fire.