Friday, 26 May 2017

More has come and more to come at Finchley!

The light now shines through!

Tea breaks always welcome

Storage/Ladder to a cozy platform

...not many steps left before completion at Daleham!




The original doors have been revamped and are now back!

of course great attention is being paid to all installation instructions...

the lovely view to the new patio being admired!

being tidy as usual

some views across have surprised us...


while we can finally experience the spaces we had only imagined until now!



Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Finchley Road Continues Apace...

Rooms plastered, kitchen being fitted and joinery well into production.  We look forward to the finishes being gradually revealed as Finchley Road enters the exciting phase of its build.





Thursday, 13 April 2017

... taking shape!


We can now catch a great glimpse of the sky from the new double height patio!





While the joinery is being fitted...



... in all the hooks and nooks!!






Wednesday, 22 March 2017

Heights

Tall spaces seem to appear taller still; new partitions and new openings start to indicate shape of things to come.





Joinery Visit for Finchley Road

As we anticipate commencement of the limed oak cabinetry for Finchley Road, we visited Andrew Stanley in his joinery workshop; admired the CadCam machine working by itself and peeked into the washed-out world of the spray-shop.

We can't wait for the real thing to start.


Monday, 27 February 2017

Much has happened at Daleham Mews since our last post!
Take a look at our intervention and collages of contemporary and traditional features!

More coming soon!










Wednesday, 22 February 2017

The project on Finchley Road is moving ahead with new openings and circulation, as well as a handy timber workshop in the future living room!

Stay tuned with our blog to see the evolution of the project!





Wednesday, 18 January 2017

New Year : New Holes.

Don’t you just love the destruction at the commencement of a new job?  SPA’s Finchley Road project has started on site and the Contractors have begun stripping out and forming openings.

So far, we’ve learnt about some of the more unusual places asbestos can be hidden and how to remove a masonry wall that is sitting on nothing – we hope.

Watch this space…