2014 Architect : Patalab Client: Private Cascade House was a major reinvention project of an an early 18th century Grade II listed building within the very heart of London’s Hampstead village, comprises existing retail premises over ground and first floors, with a new generous two-bedroom dwelling above. ParryPage was brought
We make a habit of moving projects older than 5 years to our archive section. We do because we want you to focus on what we are doing now than what we have done, However we feel it is still important to document what we have achieved and done in
110 Elgin Crescent was a massive dwelling renovation. Brought on to the project by Architecture and interior design studio Chester Jones, Parrypage carried out not only superficial alterations but large scale transformations such as a re-levelling of all the floors through out, installation of large structural steel work, floor layout alterations, full rewiring and plumbing of the entire building, demolition of existing conservatory and construction of replacement conservatory, Complete replacement of the 4 existing staircases.
The reception desk at the serpentine was built and engineered by Parrypage and designed by David Adjaye.
The desks construction is 3 powder coated mild steel units bolted together and to the floor. The surfaces of the desk are made of 6mm toughen glass sandwiched between threaded brass pins, these allow the glass sections to be easily removable.