The contract involved the converting of an 11,000ft2 former milk factory in Leith transforming it into a luxury private residential dwelling and separate live working space for the clients. The roof in the centre of the building was stripped away to create an inward-facing courtyard that links the house and work-space. Majority of the bespoke joinery was manufactured using old reclaimed timber joists that dated over 100 years and was restored to provide new furniture and fitments for the three story residential area. The wood flooring was sanded back and restored throughout the whole upper floor with new concrete slab containing underfloor heating being filled on the ground floor and courtyard creating a nice spacious overall look.
The full works comprised:
All works were carried out within normal working hours with minimal disruption to adjoining residential areas. Daily discussions between the relevant parties and ourselves were arranged to ensure any works being carried out were agreed and all relevant parties made aware.0196
Four by Two
February 8, 2014