Listed TownhouseArchitecture Situated on the edge of a leafy garden square in Holland park, the Blue House is a Grade II listed Georgian, four storey, end of terrace house. Although almost in a state of ruin, the house had undeniable potential and Studio indigo set about resurrecting it to its former glory. Read MoreView Project
Hanover SquareArchitecture Located on the Ground Floor of an office building in Mayfair, this project involved the sub division of an existing reception area, to create a marketing suite for one of London’s most prestigious developers.
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Upper Phillimore IIArchitecture A grand house built in the mid 1840’s on the Phillimore Estate, the house had been subdivided into flats in the 1950’s. The house was compromised of the main house and side wing, with a small rear extension and garage block to the rear. It was in a very poor state of disrepair. Read MoreView Project
AcaciaArchitecture A Grade II corner house in St John’s Wood stood empty for nearly a decade and was fire damaged and neglected. The detached house now sits resplendent, faithfully restored, with a few architectural contemporary twists to add a little spice and excitement. Read MoreView Project
DawsonArchitecture The newly created spaces within this house were designed to take advantage of the light and views to increase the feeling of space within the house. Each new space had its own character and identity from the cellar-like games room to the grand and imposing entrance hall. Read MoreView Project
The BoltonsArchitecture Studio Indigo underwent a protracted planning battle with the local Council in order to widen the house and remodel the rear extension. This was partially successful and the increased width of the house allowed the house to be planned in a much more rational and simple manner. Read MoreView Project
Phillimore IVArchitecture The house was re-planned internally re-creating a new ‘memorable staircase’ around which all the new rooms were planned. These principle rooms were re-orientated to overlook the west facing garden and Holland Park. Read MoreView Project
Campden Hill RoadArchitecture This mid-19th century semi-detached blue plaque property hides behind its façade an exciting and dramatic surprise. A once cramped and unbalanced layout meant that the family had quickly outgrown their home.
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