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This project involved the demolition of an awkward and unattractive mews development and the reconstruction of a completely new family home with a staff wing and garaging located adjacent to Eaton Square in the heart of Belgravia. The design comprises a double-fronted free standing villa set over four floors with a primary entrance facing Eaton Place as well as a rear entrance to the cobbled mews behind, which is set one floor lower in level.

‘‘The stunning seven-bedroom home is the first new mansion in Belgravia for almost 70 years. This makes it the most expensive new home in London's West End.’’

The Daily Mail,

Lion Lodge House



Planning permission for this new family home was a complex and extensive process. The original two storey building was replaced with our new design – a four storey house with further space secured by purchasing more land in the mews behind the house.

Our design was guided by the character of the elegant townhouses that surround the site and the desire to create something of distinction that added a note of charm to this wonderful corner of the Grosvenor Estate in Belgravia.

Eaton Place is one of the grandest streets in Belgravia, a highly sought after address by discerning buyers from around the world

The Daily Mail

October 2014




This new house negotiates the grand scale of the Eaton Square townhouses with the intimate environment of the small scale mews, a cobbled street accessed through a triumphal arch at the opposite end. The off-centred entrance adds a touch of the picturesque to the composition whilst allowing the main reception rooms to be centre stage withing the plan.

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