Hurlingham Road, London

Hurlingham Road, London

Mixed Use Development
£ 15,000,000
Completed September 2015

A large new build mixed use development comprising 40 apartments, two houses and commercial space.  Our brief to date has been the conceptual design and development of scheme for sale.  First and foremost, the arrangement and internal layout of each apartment has been developed to create high quality living accommodation. This has been done within the context of current guidance and legislation.

Drawing from the existing buildings on site, the base palette of the scheme is reclaimed brickwork with decorative banding and details. These have been lightened by the introduction of steel framed glazing, which opens up the façade and allows natural daylight to pour into the apartments whilst hinting at a light industrial history on the site. The dark metal from these windows has been reflected into other elements of the design, using a combination of dark and bright bronze cladding and details. The materials have been softened by the introduction of planting to both courtyards and terraces and on feature green walls. The result is a modern, crisp design which respects the heritage of the site and creates stunning internal spaces. 

 

Hurlingham Road, London

Hurlingham Road, London

Mixed Use Development
£ 15,000,000
Completed September 2015

A large new build mixed use development comprising 40 apartments, two houses and commercial space.  Our brief to date has been the conceptual design and development of scheme for sale.  First and foremost, the arrangement and internal layout of each apartment has been developed to create high quality living accommodation. This has been done within the context of current guidance and legislation.

Drawing from the existing buildings on site, the base palette of the scheme is reclaimed brickwork with decorative banding and details. These have been lightened by the introduction of steel framed glazing, which opens up the façade and allows natural daylight to pour into the apartments whilst hinting at a light industrial history on the site. The dark metal from these windows has been reflected into other elements of the design, using a combination of dark and bright bronze cladding and details. The materials have been softened by the introduction of planting to both courtyards and terraces and on feature green walls. The result is a modern, crisp design which respects the heritage of the site and creates stunning internal spaces. 

Hurlingham Road, London

Hurlingham Road, London

Mixed Use Development
£ 15,000,000
Completed September 2015

A large new build mixed use development comprising 40 apartments, two houses and commercial space.  Our brief to date has been the conceptual design and development of scheme for sale.  First and foremost, the arrangement and internal layout of each apartment has been developed to create high quality living accommodation. This has been done within the context of current guidance and legislation.

Drawing from the existing buildings on site, the base palette of the scheme is reclaimed brickwork with decorative banding and details. These have been lightened by the introduction of steel framed glazing, which opens up the façade and allows natural daylight to pour into the apartments whilst hinting at a light industrial history on the site. The dark metal from these windows has been reflected into other elements of the design, using a combination of dark and bright bronze cladding and details. The materials have been softened by the introduction of planting to both courtyards and terraces and on feature green walls. The result is a modern, crisp design which respects the heritage of the site and creates stunning internal spaces.