• Eaton Place Residence, London
  • Eaton Place Residence, London
  • Eaton Place Residence, London
Projects

Eaton Place Residence

This residential project is an interior refurbishment of the ground and lower ground floors and the partial demolition and reconstruction of the adjoining mews building. Both properties are in a conservation area and
the building is listed Grade II.

The new mews building has a concrete structure and a very high quality finish has been achieved as the structure is exposed over large areas of the project, specifically soffits and columns.

A new, mostly glazed structure provides the link between the main house and the mews, and covers three flights of stairs which lead from the basement through to the first floor. The stair is a major bespoke feature constructed of granite treads post-tensioned by steel stringers with curved glass sections of balustrades.

The envelope of the mews building is a new structure except for the upper half of the existing brick façade, which had to be retained. Bespoke metal rooflights have been installed in new roof of the mews building, some of which includes curved glass.
The interior finishes, apart from the fair faced concrete, include large areas of hardwood timber wall panelling and built in furniture as well as bespoke acoustic panelling of felt and perforated metal. The joinery is of the highest quality and careful attention has been paid to detailing.

Summary

  • Project name: Eaton Place Residence
  • Location: London
  • Services: Interior Design
  • Completion Date: 2008

Collaboration

  • Landschape Architects: Christopher Bradley-Hole Landscape
  • Structural Engineers: Michael Hadi Associates