Marsham House is a new build development comprising a collection of fifty contemporary one- and two-bedroom apartments and penthouses.
Marsham House is a new build development comprising a collection of fifty contemporary one- and two-bedroom apartments and penthouses, each completed to the highest level of specification with their own balcony or terrace, and situated just a third of a mile from Gerrard’s Cross Station. The works included the formation of a basement car park large enough to accommodate parking for each apartment. Currently on site, the project is anticipated to complete in the summer.
Internal refurbishment including complex asbestos removal whilst the Cathedral remained open to the public.
Works comprised exceptionally high-quality finishes and FF&E.
Works comprised exceptionally high-quality finishes and FFE, despite being a speculative development.
Linked two buildings from Wilton Crescent and Kinnerton Street via 2-storey glazed walkways. Included the formation of basement beneath existing structures Pierce Hill was also engaged as Employer’s Agent.
Extension of an existing museum, both internally and externally.
Extension of an existing museum, both internally and externally. The internal elements comprising new elevated timber extensions sensitive to the existing church, providing better gallery space, archival facilities and reception spaces all with hugely improved environmental controls. The latter comprised bronze clad structures providing cafe and education spaces, surrounding courtyard gardens designed by Dan Pearson. Nominated for Building Magazine award 2017.