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.
Whilst working at Fraher Architects, my role was project lead during design, construction, and completion.
This project has been featured in Dezeen.