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Moxon in the driving seat for Notting Hill refurb

Moxon Architects has released these interior shots of a £250,000 refurbishment for a Notting Hill-based automotive designer.

According to Moxon Architects founder Ben Addy, the overhaul, which will complete in the next two weeks, will breathe life into a dilapidated Georgian terrace building on Chepstow Road.

Addy's work for design company Makkina will replace and improve a series of earlier refurbishments carried out during the 1970s. The architect has removed part of the ground floor to create a double-height void space by the building's entrance.

The interior will be defined by a highly-polished white 'insert' that wraps round the stairs and peels off to form the ceiling of the top floor.

This 'insert' was specially made by a boat-maker turned musical instrument craftsman who tried to create an automotive finish to reflect the client's work.

The project received planning permission last November.

by Rob Sharp

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