Complete Design and Project Management Service

The brief for the refurbishment of this kitchen was to create a modern scheme that related to the rest of the house.

The kitchen is linked to a new dining space that is part of a newly constructed extension to the house. Both kitchen and extension were planned together to ensure that schemes in these areas were complementary.

The new kitchen incorporates a mix of high quality lacquered and oak kitchen furniture, an island with a specialist glass worktop, glass splashbacks and composite worktops.

The glass worktop seemingly floats on this large kitchen island. Limestone tiles have been used on the floor which flows through to the dining area in the new extension.
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Project Management Service

The brief to the design team for this project was to create a games room and provide additional living space that was in keeping with the scheme of the main house. The client wanted the rear of the extension to be light and link seamlessly to the garden.

The new structure is divided into four zones: dining, bar and two living areas on varying levels each having a different floor finish. The structure discreetly incorporates air-conditioning, underfloor heating, various forms of lighting, an audiovisual system and electronically operated blinds on programmed scene settings.

The final product was the result of a co-ordinated effort between a team of design professionals and building specialists. Helen Stanwell managed this project.


Project Management Service

This build required co-ordination and management of the following parties:

   * Architect
   * Main contractor and their sub-contractors as required
   * Service engineers
   * Quantity surveyor
   * Structural engineer
   * Lighting designers
   * Interior designers (not Helen Stanwell)
   * Audio-visual consultants
   * Direct specialist suppliers as required

The client was updated throughout this process.

All client requests and concerns during the build were addressed promptly.