The project involved the complete internal  and external refurbishment and a subterranean development, including new structures designed as a side extension to a 20,000 sq ft Grade-II listed Kensington residence. The house built in the Edwardian era and was used as an embassy with a number of later unsympathetic 1920’s sub-division of rooms.

The new Ionic entry volume and side extension was designed within the spirit of the original elevation and constructed in Portland stone.

The interiors of the house were designed in conjunction with the New York based Interior Designer, Peter Marino.