Large scale mansion refurbishment in South West London. This was a complex project which combined the restoration of the existing building with new build works which needed to respect the buildings heritage and surroundings.
JTC worked with the stone contractor on the staircase in the main entrance hall to develop an appropriate design incorporating treads, risers, landings with a complex geometric balustrading and handrail. JTC also produced the working drawings and oversaw the installation of the staircase to completion. JTC designed and built a second Oak staircase from the first to second floor to compliment the main staircase and advised on bespoke ironmongery to suit the door furniture.
In addition to the main building works we also undertook the delicate repair and modifications of a 1727 antique break front mahogany bookcase. The modifications included designing and installing concealed LED lights to display a collection of rare artefacts owned by the client.
“We have worked with JTC Joinery consultants on a number of projects since 2011 and have developed a long-term working relationship. The joinery elements of many of our projects can be extremely complex and it has been hugely comforting to know that JTC are on-hand for advice at the outset to assist with design, specification, cost and planning.”
Owain Davies, Director, Joyner and Mason