London Mews House
Greycurve recently were appointed by Hogarth Architects to carry out the interior wall and ceiling installations for a new ambitious London Mews House which was being featured on the "Grand Designs" Programme.
The project was an ambitious scheme for a small plot of land in Kensington to turn into a 21st century family home complete with themed rooms and with a basement "nightclub". This was the brainchild of Ian Hogarth of Hogarth Architects and we played our part in making this dream become reality.
The project was a challenge due to the timeframe and flexibility with other trades on what was a testing programme and with filming deadlines that could not be missed. We at Greycurve worked under this pressure whilst still maintaining pin point accuracy and detail that Ian Hogarth and his team demanded from us.
The project required a little imagination from us in order to “fit into” Ian's way of thinking and really feel the project for what was trying to be achieved, to this end we ended up diverting away from original plans more than once (at Ian's directions) and created unique wall and ceiling features that encompassed sub-woofer speakers, record racks and bespoke shelving alcoves under the stairwells.
Please take a look at the attached Grand Designs Article also featured on our home page for more details on this fantastic project.Grand Designs Article