Projects

Family Room

This conversion of a basement into a media room with bespoke storage unit involved researching and specifying audio visual equipment and sourcing a range of materials that would afford the best possible acoustics, whilst still being stylish and family friendly. The storage unit was designed to house the media equipment and hide family gadgets and […]

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London Hotel

A design scheme for the public areas (entrance, reception, lift, bar and lounge) of a London hotel situated on the edge of the Nine Elms regeneration district.  This project involved extensive customer profiling, competitor and market analysis to identify emergent markets before designing a ‘truly memorable front of house scheme’ for a well-established boutique country-house […]

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West End, Esher

For this busy family, commuting to London from the Surrey greenbelt, it was essential to have a relaxed family kitchen that enabled them to regroup in the evenings and gather for informal suppers with friends.  With teenage children and a family dog, it was important for the kitchen to be low maintenance and for it […]

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Bedroom & Bathroom

Part of a larger project to design the interior of a 1930s warehouse conversion, the brief for the bedroom and bathroom was for a comfortable, contemporary and sophisticated space where the clients could relax after a long day at work in The City.  The clients expressed a preference for neutral, subtle colours and a relaxed […]

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Community Store

I recently volunteered my design services for a social enterprise – a community store considering an upgrade to the thriving cafe area. Having researched the existing customer base, the brief to create a homely, rustic space was considered alongside the desire to widen its appeal to new customers by creating a ‘destination cafe’.  The following […]

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Hair Salon

The brief was to source materials and surfaces for a hair salon in an upmarket part of town that was to undergo a major refurbishment.  All surfaces had to be suitable for commercial use and be able to withstand the wear-and-tear of a busy working salon and come together to create an exciting space with […]

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Warehouse Apartment

With a love of sailing and the great outdoors, the clients of this Victorian warehouse conversion wanted a clutter free, open-planned living space that would enable them to relax after a long week working in The City. They love to entertain, so the large picture windows are an ideal spot for friends to join them […]

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Feasibility & Scheduling

I was asked by this client to advise on the stages involved in a kitchen extension & loft conversion and to look into the feasibility of the project in respect of planning, building consent and scheduling.  Also keen to use materials that are both sustainable and less harmful to the environment, I was able to […]

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Floor Designs

Alternative flooring options for an Art Deco inspired dining room with designs presented in 3 different materials – bespoke fitted carpet, inlaid Marmoleum and intricately cut stone tiles.  Hand drawn as a scale of 1:25 @ A3 and colour rendered to show how the final designs would look, the designs were presented alongside samples of […]

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Home Office

The brief was to design an office for a wedding planner.  Working from home, she wanted to use her dining room to meet with prospective clients, so it needed to be both a functional office space and give a great first impression.  Reached from a narrow hallway, it would be separate from the rest of […]

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Kitchen Plans

Hand drawn plans and elevations along with working drawings & product detailing for a modern kitchen extension in Freshford, Somerset.

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Designing with Wool

Campaign for Wool ran a design competition in collaboration with Homes & Gardens magazine ….

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Combe Hay

The family of this period home in Somerset asked me to design a scheme and source furniture for a movie room in a converted stable block.  The brief was for: ‘a relaxed space where the whole family to cosy up and chill out at the end of a long week’.  Doubling up as an entertaining […]

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Headboard Design

In 2012, prestigious London bedmakers ‘Savoir Beds’ held an international Design Grand Prix inviting students worldwide to enter designs for a bespoke headboard under the design theme ‘organic’.  Inspired by the undulating Somerset lavender fields my multi-sensory design was to be constructed of wood, filled with lambswool and fragrant lavender heads and upholstered in naturally […]

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Oaks Farm

I was delighted to be asked to help with a design direction for this purpose built treehouse in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside.  After helping the client establish a concept to guide the final look and feel of the project, I carried out a survey and presented a floor plan for the bathroom design […]

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Biddestone

A 400 year old Grade II listed, thatched cottage that had been tenant occupied for 8 years prior to renovation.  After being re-thatched, the lathe & plaster walls and mullion windows were restored and the whole cottage redecorated before a new kitchen and bathroom were installed & the cottage garden was given a makeover.

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Clubhouse

Invited by the club’s Commercial Manager to present ideas on the refurbishment of a rugby clubhouse, it became clear through the briefing processes that the clubhouse, which should be a major revenue stream for the club, was lacking the aesthetic appeal both as a   contemporary space for members to socialise on match days or […]

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Highworth

A growing marketing agency situated in a Grade II rectory in a Wiltshire market town which underwent remedial work, room redesign and complete redecoration.  The project involved briefing specialist trades, sourcing, specifying and project management to ensure work was carried out with minimal disruption to staff, within budget and on schedule.

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