The three mews houses can read as separate dwellings, but are also unified through the use of external materials.
A property situated in a hinterland location within Kensington and Chelsea.
The material palette creates a contemporary design that complements the neighbouring buildings.
“A high quality residential development which compliments the existing context replacing a series of neglected buildings.”
The site comprises a sadly neglected 2 storey property that have been added over its life in an ad-hoc manner. The property is currently in residential use and is located in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea.
Planning approval was granted for the proposal of three mews townhouses. Working within an established bulk and massing the design has been carefully considered how each of the three mews houses can read as separate dwellings, each with their own clearly defined amenity space, but also unified through the use of external materials.
Hortensia Property Development LLP
Hoare LEA, KM Heritage, Local Dialogue, Martin Brooks Associates, Savills, Sinclair Johnston & Partners