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Eaton Square Apartments


The residence is a stunning development set in one of the three garden squares built by the Grosvenor family in the 19th century. We were commissioned to refurbish this grand Victorian, six storey terrace in this internationally recognised residential address.

The Brief

Recognised as the ‘jewel in the crown’ of Grosvenor Estate, Eaton Square is perfectly positioned, situated in Belgravia, one of London’s prime locations. With its elegant terraced vernacular, these properties are a fine example of the classical style.

We have received a number of commissions in Eaton Square based around the client’s and interior designer’s individual aspirations.

This particular project included the renovation of an apartment with partial reconfiguration of the internal layouts. These works needed to occur without causing damage to the delicate historical features, both internally and externally.

Our Solution

Due to the challenging nature of the site, this was an interesting project that required our team to think tactically about the renovation.

We worked specifically to embrace Grosvenor’s Renaissance regime, incorporating new services such as individual electrical systems and state-of-the-art AV entertainment networking. These were comfortably coordinated into the new designs, allowing the build to preserve the prestigious nature of this London address, while modernising to bring the space in line with the client’s modern expectation.

Lawray has been a partner of the Corporation of the Church House for over 20 years and in that time has been heavily involved in several large refurbishment projects. The team’s knowledge and skills have proved invaluable in the areas of design, planning and project administration. When redeveloping a listed property, Lawray have ensured that they treat the architecture with sympathy whilst producing space that is effective for modern day requirements. Lawray continues to work closely with our in-house team on forthcoming projects and we would have no hesitation in recommending their work to others.

Mr Ian Bessant, Facilities Manager

The Corporation of Church House (Aug 2013)