Yoga Studio, Whitstable. Kent

We overhauled a run down curry house to create Ikigai Holistics, a well being centre with tranquil spaces to nurture and enliven the soul. This incorporated two studios where a range of classes could be held, from aerial yoga to crystal sound baths. Upstairs we created four treatment rooms for a number of holistic practitioners from osteopaths to psychotherapists.  All the materials used were natural products, from bamboo clad walls and ceilings to the living wall. We designed spa like bathrooms and changing area, along with smart contemporary kitchens for the staff and an upstairs waiting room. The reception area was a key element of the design with the curved reception desk and bespoke product display units. The whole centre is a calming, peaceful environment that resonates throughout.  Photos by Pasco Photography

Sir Roger Tichborne. West Sussex

We completely gutted and redesigned this fifteenth century pub in Loxwood to create a relaxed and comfortable style with a few quirky twists.  Guests can now enjoy the blazing fires and homely charm of the bar or the snug elegance of the dining room with its fresh, welcoming feel. Wall paneling in the dining room has helped to transform this space along with all new furniture, bespoke joinery, soft lighting and new window treatments throughout have created a distinguished atmosphere and given this pub a new lease of life. Photos by Warren Smith

Private home, West Sussex

The client's wanted to renovated their kitchen into a modern, family space that was light and airy. We designed a drop down ceiling from which the modern Tom Dixon pendants were fixed and LED strip lighting details under the handles and plinth gave this room its wow factor. Kitchen supplied by Black Rok

The Greyhound Hotel, Bridport

Sticking to the client's typical redevelopment budget of £1.5million, we turned this quirky historic building into an 15 bedroom boutique style hotel. The concept was largely based on Bridport's strong affinity to fishing. The hotel opened in March 2015.

Photographs courtesy of Marc Wilson Photography



The Crown Hotel, Worcester

Sticking to the client's typical redevelopment budget of £1.5million, we turned this derelict, historic building into an 18 bedroom hotel. The concept was largely based on Edward Elgar who was reported to have practiced in this building.  The hotel opened in August 2015.

Photographs courtesy of Marc Wilson Photography



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