OVERVIEW

LTS 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, LTS received excellent feedback on the way it treated the building and the sympathetic way the existing finishes were handled.

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SPECIFICATIONS

Type

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Refurbishment Grade II Listed

Size

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15,000ft

Architect

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Timothy Hatton Architects, Nicky Haslam
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