Projects

"Nick Farnell was the one architect who understood how we wanted our family to live in our new family home. He created a warm and light environment which continues to impress people who enter our house today. The sense of space and enjoyment is what helps create our house a home. Nick was a pleasure to work with, always listening to what was required, adapting and the result was wonderful. We have recommended him many times and look forward to working with him again in the future.”

York Buildings

Grade II listed London terrace house c. 1674
Grade II listed London terrace house c. 1674 was a run-down shell of a property that had over the years been much abused through conversions to office from residential house and back again.

Malvern Court

Renovation of apartment in mansion block, South Kensington
Before the apartment was a maze of small rooms with bedrooms interspersed with living areas, there was no cohesion or sense to the plan. The refurbishment has opened up the space and has created interesting vistas through the apartment, the open living area is zoned but feels like a much bigger apartment.

Mozart Terrace

Grade 1 listed Mozart Terrace, Belgravia
It was a pleasure to work on such a historic building dating from the early 1700’s. The project saw the transformation of a dilapidated and run-down house and garden into a beautiful light and airy perfectly finished family home.

Ladbroke Walk

A mews house in the Ladbroke Grove Conservation Area
The property was in poor condition not having been renovated in over thirty years. Most of the ground floor was a garage and workshop space which under the new scheme repurposed it all to accommodation and instantly increased the value of the property.

Ashburn Gardens

Lateral Conversions (apartments)
Two adjoining 6 storey terrace houses in the Courtfield conservation area were transformed into 5 lateral apartments (of which two are duplex) for the members of one family. An additional floor was installed across the two properties to create a stunning penthouse, in all the project was well over 10,000 square feet.

Aubrey Walk

House Refurbishment, Extension and basement excavation
A full refurbishment to a 3-storey mid terrace Dutch gable residence in the Campden Hill area. The project included the excavation of a new basement and the addition of new fourth floor creating an additional 50 percent of floor area.

Holland Park

Lateral Conversion (House)
The client required two neighbouring houses to be amalgamated into one creating a 7-bedroom family residence of 7,600 square feet. An extensive basement was installed underneath the entire ground floor, a new storey was added and the interior plan was transformed.

Third Space

Award Winning Health and Fitness Club – Central London
The Third Space was created beneath the Sherwood Hotel annexe in the heart of Soho, London. 40,000sqft of holistic health and sports related fitness club, spread across five floors.

Portland Road

House Refurbishment, lowering of basement and glazed infill extension
This property has been transformed top to bottom. Previously the lower ground floor had a low ceiling height making it feel particularly cramped and uncomfortable.

Thorburn 25

Located in the heart of Belgravia, the penthouse floor of Thorburn House was replanned and fully refurbished to provide two penthouses, one three-bedroom with roof terrace and viewing room with wonderful views of the London skyline. The other a smaller but well organised two-bedroom apartment.

Thorburn 26

Located in the heart of Belgravia, the penthouse floor of Thorburn House was replanned and fully refurbished to provide two penthouses, one three-bedroom with roof terrace and viewing room with wonderful views of the London skyline. The other a smaller but well organised two-bedroom apartment.

Coleherne Court

Coleherne Court, Kensington, is a highly regarded period mansion block. The client required a revised layout internally to create a master ensuite that whilst retaining two well apportioned bedrooms and a sense of space throughout.

Campden Hill Court

Campden Hill Court located within the heart of Kensington. It was built between 1898 and 1903, it houses over 100 apartments. Following our client’s apartment purchase they sought our advice on opening up and creating space whilst not compromising accommodation.


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