The works comprised the demolition of a dilapidated bungalow, originally the home of the Architect Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo, a progressive and influential English architect who built the property at the end of his career.
The client was very keen to retain selected features of historical interest which were duly set aside for incorporation into the new six-bedroom luxury residence.
The proposed build was unique for a private residence, the construction utilised an in-situ concrete basement, incorporating a wine cellar and games room.
The main roof was finished in natural slate and a bespoke Mackmurdo’s observation tower was added for historical reference, lower roofs and canopies were constructed in oak with zinc coverings.
Form of procurement: Spec and Drawings.
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