DYER GRIMES ARCHITECT
This 7 storey Victorian mansion was first converted into separate apartments in the 1960s. We were appointed to work on the conversion, of 3 of these storeys, back into a single dwelling. This was another award winner for Dyer Grimes and we’re proud to have been part of a team that secured “great value for money and the highest quality finishes” for their clients.
SPECIFIC ELEMENTS OF THE BUILD
The project was a mix of contemporary design (polished concrete floors) and restoration of original Victorian features (beech floors, exposed brickwork, etc), and called for a number of different skills on our part. In addition, a lack of storage space on-site required precise planning for the supply of materials such as steel framework. The fact that the rest of the building was occupied during the project meant we were mindful of minimising inconvenience and disturbance of the other residents.