Description

This substantial refurbishment of a Grade II listed townhouse in Belgravia involves the lateral conversion and fit-out of a two-storey residential dwelling, comprising ground and lower ground floors. The property underwent a complete electrical and mechanical fit out with new mains services and was finished in a palette of Morseletto stone, equine leather and horsehair panelling. A bespoke glazed extension to the rear of the property was also formed.

“We employed Westgreen to renovate our property on the Grosvenor Estate to a high specification to be used as our residence. Westgreen did the job well. We found them to be professional in their approach and client orientated. They follow an orderly corporate process which integrates well with their on site management and communicate effectively with consultants, external contractors and the Estate. We recommend them highly and would employ them again.” —Client

The project’s central feature is an elegant, sweeping, terrazzo staircase at its heart, above which was installed an original Ingo Maurer sculptural artwork that was incorporated into the ceiling.

“From the outset we were met by an enthusiastic and proactive team, whose expertise in high end residential work was invaluable to achieving the final result.

“Westgreen kept their focus on delivering high quality finishes and collaborating with the client, the architect and the wider team to deliver them.” —Sofia Ferreira, Eric Parry Architects

Westgreen established a very positive relationship with our well-informed client, who was a frequent visitor to site and whom we guided on inspections of progress and the bespoke workmanship of our specialist subcontractors.

Photography: Joseph Asghar