Bolsover Street, Make One London

Bolsover Street

Fitzrovia, London

The project

Office to residential conversion of a five-storey building into 17 apartments, with an additional penthouse apartment.

Early engagement with the client team and novated consultants enabled us to develop the design whilst ensuring that any potential design issues or construction problems were identified and addressed early and that the design transitioned into a fully buildable solution. Of particular importance was the co-ordination of services within the low ceilings to create maximum floor to ceiling height, including the formation of coffers in principle rooms.

Scope

  • Demolition and soft-strip
  • Basement formation
  • Construction of new fifth floor
  • Addition of extra floor to two existing rear extensions
  • Removal and infil of two stair cores and relocation of central stair core
  • High-specification joinery
  • Air-conditioning
  • New architectural finishes
  • Interiors designed by Laura Hammett

What People Say

I’ve employed Dave and his team on several projects and have always been impressed with their professionalism and their Can Do approach to some of the most difficult construction challenges.
Matthew Pryor, Cityscape

We have worked with Make One on a number of projects, including a 13,000 sq ft new build prime residential home. Our experience with Make One and the final quality were both exceptional.
Andrew Pilcher, Pierce Hill

I have worked for David Westwood for over a decade and it has always been a hugely positive experience as it is now proving the case with Make One’s fantastic KOKO project.
Ian Bolt, Custom Sight & Sound Ltd

After working with David Westwood and his team over the last decade, I have always been impressed with their professionalism and commitment to every project.
Ian Pryor, Quantem

Make One have proactively helped deliver a very complicated development of a London landmark building.
James Morgan , Heyne Tillet Steel

Make One score five stars for communication, adaptability and overall performance.
Jon Riley, Locker and Riley