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Project W8 100

Project: Residence
Location: Kensington, London
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Project W8 100

Project W8 100 is Rigby & Rigby’s 100th project, which consisted of combining two Grade II listed buildings to create a spacious family home. To successfully execute this, transition spaces were designed by Rigby & Rigby with glazed double doors to open up the space between the original, period property and the contemporary rear extension.


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Living Room


Pushing boundaries.

This project marked an opportunity to push boundaries with technology throughout the property. The Sky frame was the biggest, fully automated set of doors ever made by the specialist manufacturer, which required research, development and testing before being installed on site. The roof of the contemporary extension was carefully designed as a nature roof to maintain biodiversity in the local area. It also provided a pleasant outlook for the neighbours, as well as giving plenty of thermal and sound insulation.

The biggest achievement for the Rigby & Rigby team was the installation of the first car lift next to a heritage property. Designed around the client’s electric vehicle, the lift transports the client down to the rear entrance to the property or passenger lift. Reclaimed York stone masks the car lift and accentuates the external features that were sympathetically restored.

Let's work together.

If you would like to discuss a future project, or learn more about Rigby & Rigby, please contact us.

Get in touch