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We carried out a total refurbishment of this Grade II listed 18th century property set in a one acre plot in Chelsea, London. Once the London home of Richard William Hamilton, private secretary to Lord Elgin, the house includes a cast of the Elgin Marbles, replicated by Hamilton, and used as a frieze around the main ballroom ceiling.

A fit-out of the new west wing was carried out incorporating a swimming pool hall, gym, and remote-controlled Luminaire lighting system. Working closely with English Heritage, we received excellent feedback on the way we treated the building and the sympathetic way the existing finishes were handled.


Hatton Architects, based in London, was established more than 25 years ago.

Pembridge Place


In London’s Notting Hill, we were awarded both the first and second phase of this project which involved extensive internal and external alterations to a five-storey detached property. The first phase involved the development of a triple basement accommodating a spa area, gym, games room, swimming pool and car lift.


The second phase included the high-quality finishes throughout the property including marble bathrooms, timber and marble flooring, along with a range of exceptional integrated joinery.


Powell Tuck Associates is an award-winning practice of architects and designers based in West London since 2002.



In a Grade II listed building in Manresa Road, Chelsea, that was converted from the original London College of Arts, our client purchased three separate units to form a triplex apartment.


We worked to a detailed brief which included: interior and exterior refurbishment; full mechanical and electrical fit out, including Luminaire lighting; and new audio visual systems.


The floor finishes were in timber and marble and a glass spiral staircase connects the three levels. The lower floor houses a spa complex.