Islington flat modern design architect - bathroom design with chevron black slate tiles

Architecture for London has received planning and listed building consents for alterations to a Grade II listed building within the Earls Court Conservation Area, in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea

The property is a red brick Victorian house in a Flemish style on the south side of Earls Court Square, built in 1880.

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The front entrance steps and light well area had suffered from insensitive alteration, so required improvement to reinstate the original materials and design. The stone plinth and black wrought iron railings to the front boundary required repair and redecoration. The original marble risers and Victorian black and white patterned tiles to the entrance stair treads had been lost, and are to be reinstated.

West Brompton Architect - kitchen design

Project architect: Amrit Marway

Location: Earls Court Square, West Brompton, SW5

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