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In Full Bloom: Falconer Chester Hall's Covent Garden Scheme Unveiled
Falconer Chester Hall's new £1m residential conversion in Covent Garden has reached completion, offering three generous two bedroom apartments, with outdoor space, in a popular and lively area of London.
Working with London Land Ltd, Falconer Chester Hall's layouts re-used the unoccupied space and by applying a creative solution to the restricted floor to ceiling heights, made the most of the useable area to create three generously- sized two bedroomed apartments. The principal living rooms were placed adjacent to the full height glazed frontages, and along with maximised window sizes and a commercial application window system offering a very slim profile and wide sight lines, opened up new long views into the depth of the building. This allowed the successful change from D1 use to residential, where previously it had not been possible.
In the apartments, Falconer Chester Hall chose light coloured finishes, especially on walls and floors, and quality supplementary lighting to enhance the atmosphere of openness and airiness. Constrained by the existing concrete slabs and live retail units below and adjacent, the design used ultra slim-line LED linear light fittings installed in just the depth of the plasterboard ceiling.
Externally, the facade was tired and shabby. Working closely with Westminster City Council, Falconer Chester Hall settled on a glazed solution with brickwork panels, with the glass adding light to the narrow and shadowed surrounding streets.