Located in the Marylebone District of London, 48 Portland Place a Grade II listed building, saw the redevelopment of basement, ground floor and first floor office accommodation into a number of contemporary apartments fit for modern living.
Originally designed by the world famous Adams brother in circa 1776. The building holds significant historical value within the central London area, characterised by its integrated 18th-century neoclassical style of interior design and architecture. This Adamesque style is visible throughout the apartments, represented by roman decorative motifs, urns, arabesque vine scrolls and flat grotesque panels.
Following an intensive process working extensively with Westminster City Council conservation department, planning permission was granted and subsequent conditions were discharged.
We are pleased to have redeveloped one of central London’s most beautiful buildings collaboratively with our Northern Ireland Atelier Studio and we are delighted to be co working on a number of exciting projects going forward.