Building Something Special: Our Upcoming Projects

27 January 2017

Building Something Special: Our Upcoming Projects

Westbourne House is a 5,500 square feet luxury home in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire. It’s an elegant contemporary home that’s stylish, modern and practical to live in. With bespoke joinery for the architrave and skirting, prefinished walnut doors, luxury Italian wardrobes, coffered ceilings, luxury porcelain flooring, and a stained oak staircase, its attention to detail sets it apart.

Although the property makes a style statement, our team never forget that a house is first and foremost a home. That’s why we make sure every room – from the five comfy bedrooms to the leisure room, cinema room and welcoming reception rooms – is designed for comfortable modern living. Convenient technological luxuries like Sonos and iPad wall docks were therefore a must.

Our team really enjoy creating homes from scratch. It enables us to grab a project by the scruff of the neck and control the whole process. Having one company coordinating everything helps our clients too: because there’s excellent communication between the architect, the interior architecture team, and the interior designers, the home flows throughout. It’s also easier to control costs and finish the project on schedule.

We’ll let you know when Westbourne House is complete. And look out for a sneak preview of Beechwood House in Northwood – the second design and build we’re currently constructing. This second project is on course for an autumn completion. It promises to be another beautiful home worth shouting about.

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