Squire and Partners
Squire and Partners has submitted this proposal to refurbish Amherst Lodge in Ealing, west London, which includes plans to build six new mews houses. The lodge - built in 1907 and now disused - will be reinstated through a substantial refurbishment programme and an extension, providing space for eight residential apartments on the lodge's three floors. The practice developed the designs to utilise traditional materials, including brick and slate, while double-height glazing and contemporary ...
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