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The client, a property developer, needed us to provide all the finishes for a high end residential conversion.  Gorse Hill had been one large house that had been converted into 6 homes.

The final product needed to be high end and take the history of this classic early 20th century residence into account. Some of the homes had high ceilings so we wanted to use the best products to emphasise these original features.

We were able to work on the bathroom and tile layouts making the best use of space provided and tie the finishes in with the traditional look of the exterior.  We kept all the colour schemes neutral choosing wooden flooring and pale carpets so buyers were able to add their own touches if they wished.

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The client was looking for a luxurious finish to his London HQ.  He wanted his employees to feel like there were working from home. 

The starting point was to work out the layout to encompass his requirement for working space alongside soft seating and meeting areas.  We worked with the client to pull together the best outcome providing 3D visuals to allow him to envisage how the space would look on completion.

The end product was based on the finish of a luxury yacht and using a colour palette of blues and neutrals alongside finishes of pale wood, chrome, glass along with sumptuous velvet fabrics.