OneTwentyFour W1

Regeneration of 19th century brick building into luxury apartments.

124 – 130 Seymour Place is a five storey late 19th century brick building, which has become derelict, vacant and subject to well documented squatting and anti-social activities.

The proposal envisions to remove the existing building and construct a new residential building, behind an enhanced like-for-like reconstruction of the existing Georgian facade.

The rear elevation responds to the residential uses, providing generous daylight and amenity provision.

The new scheme regenerates a derelict building and replaces this with a boutique contemporary residential building of the highest quality. Seymour Place, in the area of the development, is typified by a uniformity of massing and scale and has been respected in the new building.



Client   Merchant Land Investments Ltd.
Architect   Darling Associates
Date   2013-
Sector   Residential
Size   17,782 sq ft/ 1652 sq m

DA Team
Chris Darling
Damion Burrows
Kate Jones


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