Heritage Restoration, City of London

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.

House in Kensington

Working alongside architect Brian Ma Siy, AMS were selected to completely refurbish this family home near Kensington High Street.

The house was stripped back to bare walls entirely and refitted in a uniquely bespoke fashion.

Materials used include French oak, walk-on glass, stainless steel and Corian.