Bravington Apartments


Detail - Bravington - RYE Design


RYE Design was engaged to convert a Victorian town house in Queen’s Park into two seperate apartments for developer The House of Blake. The brief for the conversion was to retain as many of the building’s original period features whilst spatially re-organising the general arrangement to create two independent dwellings. Our constraint was that were working within a conservation area in London’s City of Westminster. This meant that any subdivision of the property had to be done with sensitivity to the character of the neighbouring properties and wider area.
Storage - Bravington - RYE Design
Living-room - Bravington - RYE Design


Our scheme converted the property into two, three bedroom properties whilst retaining and reinstating period features where possible. This was achieved through extending the property along its rear elevation and creating a rear dormer roof conversion across the full width of the property. Alongside the architectural conversion of the property RYE Design developed the new interior design scheme for the appartements with the new developer. This included the comprehensive design of the circulation and living areas, bathrooms, and kitchens with new bespoke joinery and hard finishes throughout.
Basin - Bravington - RYE Design
Staircase - Bravington - RYE Design
Bathroom - Bravington - RYE Design
Balustrade - Bravington - RYE Design