Pavilion Road

Threefold Architects, London, 2012


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Exterior view 

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  • Exterior view    
  • Living room    
  • Dining    
  • Kitchen dining    
  • Sauna    
  • Basement plan    
  • First floor plan    
  • Ground floor plan    
  • Second floor plan    
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Contemporary mews house

The design strategy sought to create a spacious and light filled new build modern and hi-tech home, hidden behind a retained period facade.

The new circulation, increased daylight and strategic rearrangement of the plan, combined with a simple and consistent palette of high-quality natural materials to create a series of generous, light-filled, flowing spaces

The ground floor of the house contains a high ceilinged kitchen and dining room, WC and luxury garage and store. Then, the oak paneled principle reception room shares the first floor with the guest bedroom, en-suite and study.

A high-tech building management system controls hidden technology seamlessly allowing the whole house. The use of this modern technology helps to create a much more energy efficient home.


  • Begun: Aug 2011
  • Completed: Aug 2012
  • Floor area: 254m2
  • Sector: House
  • Procurement: JCT Intermediate with Contractors Design
  • Address: 30 Pavilion Road, Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 0HJ, United Kingdom

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