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Projects

24, Petersham Mews

This London flat was totally remodelled to create a large one bedroom loft style flat with a guest room space at the lower level.

Key features of the design were the retention of existing roof trusses and the requirement to incorporate a large number of artefacts such as chandeliers, the wine rack, ornate mirrors and the kitchen dresser.

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Bayswater Residential Refurbishments

Raynham House was a 3-bedroom apartment that involved the rearrangement of the internal layout to optimise living spaces and to give an open plan feel. The contemporary ambience involved the selection of all finishes and the flat was sold fully furnished.

Lancaster Gate was also a 3-bedroom unit, arranged on three floors in a listed building.

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Seaview Renovation

Complete remodelling and extension of the existing bungalow to provide accommodation for holiday rentals. The improvements included the creation of an open plan kitchen, dining and living space requiring a modest side extension.

A raised deck was provided at the front of the house, with covered pergola, to enhance the feeling of space.

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Maharani Shop

Concept design for high-quality shop in the Fulham Road, specialising in Indian clothes and textiles

The fit-out included the lighting, shelving and styling to reflect the merchandise and the quality of the products being displayed.

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Lower Mall

New build house for the Vicar of Hammersmith on the banks of the river Thames. The design had to comply with the “green guide” to vicarages.
However, the house was also designed to optimise the magnificent views and achieve maximum natural daylighting throughout.

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Central London Refurbishment

This element of the project provides the home of the Cook School, but also the private dining rooms, which are essential to the viability of the restaurant operation.

The central kitchen is the space where the Apprentices learn their trade. It is, therefore, a functional space, first and foremost, with the donated fire painting in the background.

This is divided from the main function suite by a folding partition, enabling different events to be staged simultaneously.

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Kuper House

Kuper House, Plettenberg Bay, SA

The central hall of this family house links the various spaces, providing oblique views to the ocean. The interior decoration follows the themes of 'beach and play’, combining natural colors with a play on blue and white.

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Village Hotels, Westfield

An important aspect of AMA work, mainly for the De Vere Group and Malmaison Hotels. Wokefield Park involved the creation of 80 new bedrooms, a conference centre, spa and remodelling of all public areas.

Mottram Hall was among the hotels of the deluxe brand, for which schemes and a master plan were produced. Phase 1, the banqueting suite, was implemented.

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Wokefield

This was an existing venue for Verve Venues, the conferencing arm of the de Vere Group.

AMA were involved in the total refurbishment of the conferencing facilities and the redesign of the 35 adjacent bedrooms, including the bridal and other special suites. 

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Hotels in Westminster

These two projects, which involved the conversion of existing listed buildings to hotel use, were in prominent locations in Central London.

120, Park Lane became a Marriott Hotel with 80 bedrooms. It involved the conversion of an existing apartment block and a substantial extension on the site of a previous garage.

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Liberty Refurbishments

Over a period of several years, AMA was involved in the refurbishment of this world famous Department Store. The Regent Street building was fitted out as offices for Business Exchange and subsequently sold.

The iconic and listed Tudor building had lacked investment for many years and required to be totally upgraded. This included the provision of new lighting and floor finishes throughout, together with the associated rearrangement of the various departments, shop windows and restaurants.

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