Working alongside architect Brian Ma Siy, AMS completed a refurbishment of a suburban home in Upper Tooting.
We undertook the complete refurbishment of the entrance hall, kitchen, bedroom, dressing room and master en-suite bathroom.
Materials used include glass, ceramics and wenge.
Bespoke windows in an architect designed mews development in the heart of Knightsbridge.
Images © Fred Guttfield Architecture
A bespoke approach to replacing three dilapidated rooflights in Chelsea.
Our joiners utilised decades of expertise to develop the structure that would support the weight of the thick laminated glass. Automatic Opening Vents were fabricated in the UK and fit seamlessly into the design. The glass is sourced from the Finnish company which supplied glass for London’s famous Gherkin building.
The “domes” were delivered to site fully assembled.
Working alongside architect Brian Ma Siy, AMS was selected to completely refurbish this apartment in the heart of Westminster.
As well as the refurbishment, AMS fabricated a number of bespoke pieces of furniture including a Wenge veneered media unit.
Our client want to bring together two separate flats in a converted warehouse near London Bridge, SE1.
The project included a bespoke steel, glass and oak staircase that bridged the gap between the two floors. We also fabricated and installed a bright yellow toy store for the clients children.
AMS were selected by architect Brian Ma Siy to fabricate and install many bespoke fixtures in this Grade II listed home.
Materials used include Iroko, hi-build lacquered MDF and a bespoke brass balustrade antiqued by AMS.
Photo Credit: © Brian Ma Siy Architect.