Project 001 Notting Hill

The refurbishment of three storeys of a Grade II listed house,
a basement addition and the installation of a new garden.

Living Room
  • Kitchen Basement Extension
    Kitchen
    Kitchen
  • Kitchen
    Kitchen
    Kitchen
  • Master Bathroom
    Master Bathroom
    Master Bathroom
    Master Bathroom
  • Master Bedroom
    Reception Room
    Garden
    Garden and Exterior

Project Team

Architect:
Michaelis Boyd

Interior Designer:
Anne Boyd

Quantity Surveyor:
Andrew Ohl Associates Ltd

Garden Designer:
Arne Maynard

Mechanical and Electrical Consultants:
Building Services Design Partnership

Structural Engineer:
Stodart Associates

Lighting Designer:
Lighting Design Int.

Audio Visual:
Gryphon Systems

This house in Notting Hill presented significant building challenges as it involved the removal of all floors from 2nd floor to basement while occupants remained in a flat on the top two floors of the building. The building works included the total refurbishment of the common parts, a basement addition to the front and rear of the property and a new staircase through out.

OLF worked closely with the Architects and Interior Designers to produce an exceptional contemporary home. The architectural design involved the integration of original features with modern detailing. The building team set the highest possible standard to ensure that the old and the new blended seamlessly and that everything was finished to the highest possible level.

The fit out included the installation of a 600 kilo stone bath that was lifted into position through the window, a water cascade in the garden, a new bulthaup kitchen, crestron controlled audio visual management system and lutron lighting control.

  • Before/After Gallery: Front Garden
    Before/After Gallery: Kitchen