A large refurbishment and bespoke joinery project to merge 3 separate apartments in to one family home.
AMS fabricates windows to a standard detail or to match an existing frame. This gallery showcases a few projects that we have supplied and installed windows for.
Working with Trevor Lahiff Architects, AMS fabricated and installed bespoke fixtures for this riverside apartment in London.
Fitted cupboards with inlaid fabric panels, finished with sating stainless steel trims were fitted in the bedrooms. The bathrooms were fitted out with mirror polished stainless steel and heated mirrors.
10 Trinity Square was built as the headquarters for the Port of London Authority in 1920. At the heart of the building is the “United Nations Room” – so called as it is here that the U.N. first convened in 1946.
AMS were tasked to refurbish the walnut panelling and undertake about 100 repairs to the ornate carvings that sit adorn the walls. We also completely refurbished and refinished the original oak flooring.
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