“Unusual industrial spaces can be hard to come by in central London, so when architect Stephen Fletcher saw that an apartment was for sale in an old Spitfire factory dating back to the Twenties, his curiosity was piqued.”
This article is about our Elgin Crescent project.
The thing Eugenie loves most about her finished home is its sense of calm: “The pared-back look and muted colour scheme make it a real retreat” she says. “It’s somewhere we can relax and just be ourselves.” This article is about our Elgin Crescent project.
“The project involved the remodelling of the entire house, which allowed us to create a succession of spaces that flow and work together.” “As well as creating a contemporary, fluid space designed for modern living, the new scheme still honours the aesthetics of the original period home.” This article is about our Denmark Avenue project.
“A major renovation project, it involved stripping the building back to its original shell and starting again, so that the interiors now flow effortlessly, making entertaining a real pleasure.” “Now, visitors are drawn straight into a grand reception area, created by knocking two rooms into one..the family room on the floor below, which was lowered… Read more »
“The owners loved the clean lines and unfussy elegance of Stephen Fletcher Architects’ portfolio, and the fact that its bespoke style creates homes for living in, rather than for simply admiring.” This article is about our Stanley Lodge project.
“A striking mix of dark wood and white acrylic doors makes a bold statement in this period property.” “Perhaps the real star of this kitchen is the impressive curved larder unit which sweeps around the end of the kitchen and into the space where the stairs lead to the next floor.” The article is about… Read more »
This article is about our Astell Street project.