75 Barking Road was a commercial and residential development which consisted of 9 new build apartments above a retail unit in East London. The construction of this project required a concrete frame infill.
This project converted an existing apartment in Bayswater to make it more modern and spacious. This apartment was changed from an ageing, poorly laid out three-bedroom flat to a luxurious one-bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe, two separate studies and an entertaining...
This project converted an apartment into a high-end, loft/warehouse-style apartment. This project required an exceptionally pristine finish to have the desired effect and style for the client. This project was published in ArchDaily in June 2014.
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