||Full structural refurbishment including basement works
The complete refurbishment of this former London pub into a residential house fit for modern living. This involved removing all the elements of the original building other than the exterior and party walls.
This presented the rare opportunity for a complete redesign of the internal spaces.
The basement was excavated to create an entire floor devoted to leisure and games, including a Tadalakt clad (Moroccan plaster) steam room and Spa.
Where possible original features were preserved, stored and refitted. Where this was not possible salvage and reclaim fittings were used. The entire house featured specialist decorative features to walls and ceilings - distressed panels, aged cornicing and velvet and fabric covered walls and cupboards.
The main reception became the focal point for an authentic museum piece Pteranodon skeleton hung in conjunction with the Natural History Museum.