Bough Terrace

In the heart of Knightsbridge is a Victorian mews house that discretely masks sculptural contemporary fabric within.

Peeling back the layers of the existing house allowed its historic bones to be revealed and celebrated. New solid timbers are juxtaposed with original gnarled timber forming the floor joists and roof trusses to create an intriguing conversation between past and present. The new joinery starts in the basement as a single post and progressively branches out through the three floors finishing in a lightweight lattice and ply canopy at roof level. A sculptural deep midnight blue staircase ascends all floors. Carefully installed to float off the walls, it gives the illusion of a levitating entity.

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