Belgravia House

This proposal reconfigures a mews house and courtyard behind a Grade I listed property in Belgravia.

The design seeks to reinterpret classical proportion and materials, inspired by the surrounding context of stucco and Portland stone. A new facade is composed of massive materials that convey weight and permanence.

An enclosed passage that connects the main house and the mews is rebuilt in stone. Deep recesses feature book-matched slabs, with honed and sandblasted finishes creating a variety of tactile surfaces. Materials include terrazzo with slate chips and Italian Ceppo di Gre. Granite setts in the landscaping reference the adjacent cobbled mews.

Project Architect:
Amrit Marway, Alastair Mitchell

Belgravia, Westminster SW1