Architecture, Interior Design, Build Works
Archer Road- The Fulham Project
Fulham, London. SW6 – Architects and Construction
Our customer hired us to complete a full build out of their Fulham dual level apartment, which included a loft extension.
The project was scheduled to last for 3 months, but the work was abruptly interrupted during the first week, shortly after strip out, due to a written notice from the other leaseholders in the building objecting to the work being done. Our client's original architects had forgotten to advise them that they needed to obtain freeholder approval before work could begin, and there was a dispute over the share of freehold.
We then took up where their previous architects had failed and negotiated a settlement for our clients (below market value) under the provisions of the share of freeholder agreement with the other leaseholders, allowing the construction to continue.
The property was completely stripped out throughout the construction process, including the removal of the old roof. The steel was then craned in for the structure to be extended to a higher level for the customer. After installing the steels, we erected a new roof for the customer, which included a new master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and custom-designed cabinets.
We also upgraded the family bathroom, kitchen, plumbing systems and electric.