Designed by Robert Adam, the Scottish neoclassical architect, interior designer and furniture designer, this Grade II listed building in Marylebone was once lived in and modified by renowned architect Sir Edwin Lutyens.
The property had suffered badly, in more recent times, following an unsympathetic refurbishment. Several of the bathrooms had been overloaded with heavy stone and left unsupported, which had led to the Robert Adam ceilings below becoming badly damaged and in need of complete restoration.
Using our dedicated teams’ expertise and skills, LTS was able to rectify all the existing problems, including making structural alterations, while completely refurbishing the property. We worked closely with the client to achieve a high-quality finish while restoring the period features.
Externally, we worked on re-landscaping the courtyard garden.
Significant structural alterations were undertaken in the vaulted mews to the rear of the main house. The existing staircase was removed and a new groin arch was built to match the existing structures already in place. Underpinning to both the walls and columns was required to facilitate excavation work for a bespoke swimming pool. Extensive restoration of the existing arches helped create a stunning spa environment, complete with sauna and steam room.