Lambeth Marsh House

Located in a conversation area, Lambeth Marsh House is part of a 1820s terrace that was originally occupied by artisan workers.

The building’s historic significance means it is listed with a Grade-II conservation rating, so any alterations had to be sympathetic and in keeping with its context and heritage. The building had been unoccupied for over a decade and was in need of comprehensive refurbishment, involving the restoration of the wood-panelled walls, architraves, skirting and panelled fireplaces to their original condition.

Taking a leading role during construction, snagging and completion.

This project has been featured in Dezeen.

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