Open space with high ceiling
Historic building from the Victorian Age. Modern renovations to complement the historians

Squire and Partners was commissioned to completely renovate a historic building in London, which has retained many Victorian features over time, from the red brick facade to the steel beams and columns in the interior

The imposing red brick building has preserved countless historical elements over time, dating back to the Victorian era, which the architecture firm Squire and Partners has decided to enhance and integrate with more modern features

Historical building in red brick

The inclusion of materials such as corten steel, enamelled bricks and wrought iron are a clear reference to the history of the buildings. Already existing steel beams and columns have been maintained and renovated, the original ceiling has been illuminated, the red brick exterior facade has been cleaned, and new large panel windows have been added to enhance the natural light inside the building

Historical building in red brick

The upper floor of the building houses loft-style apartments and also uses Victorian features to create a distinctive design: high ceilings, large Victorian windows, double height spaces. The palette of materials is based on historical tradition, such as glazed ceramic bricks, stone and wrought iron

Historical building in red brick

Each apartment was the result of continuous and direct consultations with the tenants, in order to create unique spaces customized to each specific individual. These are luxurious spaces and apartments, which include abundant volume

Historical building in red brick

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