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What makes a space luxurious Architectural Design What makes a space luxurious What makes space more luxurious? In times past what was considered luxurious was to put your most ostentatious and prized possessions on...
Natural Light throughout the home Architectural Design Natural Light throughout the home Ensuring a house has the right amount of light and ventilation is essential in good design. The amount of light a house should receive...
Staircases in Architecture Architectural Design Staircases in Architecture Throughout architectural history, the staircase has been an important element which is the backbone to the space in our homes and generates...
Roof Terraces in Limited Outdoor Space Architectural Design Roof Terraces in Limited Outdoor Space Living in London, private outdoor space is a limited, but highly valued and sought after commodity. Gardens are usually small and often...
Open plan living space Architectural Design Open plan living space Those that live in London will be aware of how important it is to maximise the space available to you. Where it is not always possible to...
Indoor / Outdoor living Architectural Design Indoor / Outdoor living It may not seem like it now, as we struggle through the cold, dark depths of January but the summer will return and bring with it the long...
Concept Sketches Architectural Design Concept Sketches Architectural ideas are often born out of the sketches produced by a designer, they are an essential element of the first stage of the...
Bringing Light and Air into your Basement design Architectural Design Bringing Light and Air into your Basement design Digging a basement to increase the house space has become more and more common in London over the last five years, a lot of Londoners have...
Maximising the space under the staircase Architectural Design Maximising the space under the staircase If you live in a classic Victorian house, I am sure you have asked yourself about what should I do with the space under my staircase, it...
Front Mansards - What are they, and why they are so popular? Architectural Design Front Mansards - What are they, and why they are so popular? Front Mansards were first introduced by French Architect Francois Mansard (1598-1666) and emerged in Britain in the 18th century, when it...
Flexible Spaces Architectural Design Flexible Spaces One of the most popular layouts for decades has been open plan living, this is especially found in urban areas where every square meter is...

Chelverton Road Featured Project Chelverton Road

Project Brief: Our project at Chelverton Road involved a side and rear extension at ground floor as well as rear extensions at both 1st and 2nd floors to really push the sq m of the property. The works resulted in a large kitchen/dining room with a utility room and WC at ground floor level, an...
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Beautiful joinery going in at a wine store we've been working on in Wimbledon. The LED lighting gives off a lovely warm glow, so all we need now is the vino! 🍷 #wineshop #wimbledon #btlproperty #joinery #joinerydesign #interiors #interiordesign #lighting #wine #winetasting #fridayfeeling Instagram @btlproperty posted: Beautiful joinery going in at a wine store we've been working on in Wimbledon. The LED lighting gives off a lovely warm glow, so all we need now is the vino! 🍷 #wineshop #wimbledon #btlproperty #joinery #joinerydesign #interiors #interiordesign #lighting #wine #winetasting #fridayfeeling