This project consisted of a full external redecoration of a private property in Notting Hill. During the month regeneration project we updated all window trims, masonry, roof tiles and guttering.
We were requested to attend the 42 Billington Road due to leaks to the roof.Upon our investigation, we found that there was a lack of ventilation in the loft space so this had caused the existing timber decking to sweat and to rot away.
THE CHALLENGES IN THE DESIGN
Due to the extent of the works a temporary roof was required to avoid any water ingress during the works and to assist in completing the work on time.
One side of the roof was a manmade slate which we replaced and ventilated at the fascia, with a vented dry ridge system where the slate roof met the lead roof.
Not only did the roof look aesthetically pleasing, it solved the issue of lack of ventilation which caused the roof to sweat and to rot.
Gehry Partners, one of the world’s most innovative architectural practices, has designed homes; commercial space and children’s play area for Prospect Place, which forms part of the new High Street at Battersea Power Station. The distinctive buildings will form the eastern side of the new High Street that runs from the historic Power Station building down to the new Zone 1 underground station served by the Northern Line. Prospect Place will be Gehry’s first residential project in the UK.
Rob Tincknell, CEO of Battersea Power Station Development Company says:
“This is an exciting day not just for London but for the UK as it will offer a first glimpse into the world of Gehry here at Battersea Power Station. Everyone involved is delighted to be able to show people the extraordinary craftsmanship and design from this exemplary architectural team which is bringing its world-famous innovation to London.”
THE FINAL LANDSCAPE DESIGN
Anchored by the distinctive ‘Flower’ building, the design is reminiscent of the billowing sails of ships. The undulations of the façades accommodate unique spaces of extraordinary quality within, with no two homes the same.
The LA interior is all about adventure, excitement and breaking out of the ordinary design concepts. Buyers, for the first time, will be able to see features such as the distinctive rough sawn oak-fronted kitchen cabinets with open display shelves. The use of wood has been integral to the concept from the beginning of the design process, a decision that is reflected throughout the apartment. The London palette is inspired by the global city itself and includes features such as chevron flooring and metallic kitchens.
Visitor get to experience remarkable winter gardens, unique internal living space, maximising light and views in all directions.
For further information please visit: www.batterseapowerstation.co.uk