Located on a prominent site between Putney and Richmond, the buildings are designed using mixture of traditional classical and Georgian architectural styles. The scale of the terrace is broken down into a vertical rhythm of paired bays and vertically aligned windows based on Georgian principles.
The grandeur is emphasised by a tall base with a stucco finish. Bay windows on the houses become secluded enclosed balconies for the apartments and gardens provide privacy from a busy road to ensure that residents have usable outside space.
Subtle brickwork features, detailed cornice work, ornate railings and balustrades add quality and demonstrates the finer details of our designs. An ornate cornice tops the development.
The houses are set over 5 levels with high ceilings and a mezzanine from the main living room that overlooks a reception room. A grand entrance lobby with a curving feature staircase leads to 5 double bedrooms, 4 en-suite bathrooms, a separate family bathroom, a large fully fitted utility room and two WCs for guests, plus playroom or study.
The principle living accommodation is south facing and opens out through double doors onto the garden with integrated BBQ facilities. A large family kitchen-dining room with bespoke handmade kitchen opens onto a private patio. Private underground double garage gives direct access to the house.
Key features include:
A large reception lobby directs the user to a naturally lit central circulation core.
Each apartment is individually designed to suit its unique location in the development. They include a bright open plan living space, an en-suite bathroom to all master bedrooms, private external amenity space and direct access to a secure, private, naturally ventilated underground car park.
A full height circular feature bay with balconies for apartments marks the prominent north west corner. These private external amenity spaces are sheltered from the road and provide views over Barnes common for the individual apartments. The bay is capped by a timber pergola; making the turret a local landmark feature. Apartments have access to the turret via a large communal roof top garden that has uninterrupted views across London; encouraging interaction between the residents to develop a sense of community.