Furnival House

London N6

Furnival House is a Listed Grade II Edwardian Building built between 1916 and 1919 as a hostel for the domestic staff of the Prudential Assurance Company. The building is four stories high with a semi-basement level and is predominantly of red brick construction with terracotta detailing to strings, quoins, copings and entrance details.

The project provided highly serviced modern interiors within the fabric of the listed building using high quality materials, fixtures and fittings. The existing floor areas were stripped out, together with internal structural alterations, including extensive piling and underpinning works to form a new basement level. Externally, the facades were refurbished and areas at ground level re-landscaped.

The new development provides 15 residential units (a mixture of 3, 2 and 1 bedroom flats), a leisure complex, car parking spaces, refuse and recycling facilities, a new staircase and lifts.

Furnival House is a Listed Grade II Edwardian Building built between 1916 and 1919 as a hostel for the domestic staff of the Prudential Assurance Company.

Externally, the facades were refurbished and areas at ground level re-landscaped.

The new development provides 15 residential units (a mixture of 3, 2 and 1 bedroom flats), a leisure complex, car parking spaces, refuse and recycling facilities, a new staircase and lifts.

Location

London N6

Architect

Moxley Architects

Quantity Surveyor

Thompson Cole

M&E Consultant

Edward Pearce

Structural Engineer

Michael Barclay Partnership

Oceanic House

London SW1

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