We are delighted to announce we have received full planning permission for the refurbishment of a magnificent Grade II listed building.
Located on the Grosvenor Estate within the Mayfair Conservation Area, our plans focus on the interior architecture with minimal intervention to the grand external façade.
Removing the contemporary additions, introduced over past decades, our designs will reinstate the original features lost or considerably altered throughout all floors within the property.
We would like to thank everyone who took part in the much anticipated, 2023 KSR Pub Quiz.
The event was held to raise funds for Afrika Tikkun, a charity dedicated to transforming communities in South Africa by supporting vulnerable children and equipping them with the skills needed to succeed in life. Proceeds from a raffle, drawn on the night, boosted the total amount raised to over £2,600.
Quiz Master, and Partner here at KSR, Dan Curtin, challenged the eleven participating teams with rounds including ‘Questions my 3-year-old could answer’ and the more-difficult-than-it-sounds ‘Which dinosaur am I?’
It was a big night for the grand residence on Avenue Road. At the Design et al International Design & Architecture Awards 2023, the magnificent house picked up the award for Residential Swimming Pool 2023 and was named Global Project Award 2023 Winner.
Huge congratulations to Mdesign London and the entire team on delivering such a beautiful home.
As the architects on the project, KSR’s role was to translate and realise the complex and highly detailed interiors. Coordinating the various building disciplines, we worked together to create an exceptional residence; a sophisticated home that enjoys a refined sense of luxury.
Seung-Hoon Yang (left), and Maria Zappone, (centre) from KSR attended the awards’ ceremony and are pictured here with Rupal Shah (right), Senior Interior Designer at Mdesign London.
Read more about this project here.
We are delighted to share that IO House is featured in the Financial Times.
Described as a ‘blueprint for the future of the smart home’, the property combines contemporary architecture, elegant interior design and cutting-edge technology with the warmth and fun of a family home.
Read the article here.
Nestled within a leafy, conservation area, IO House is an exceptional London residence. It combines contemporary architecture, elegant interior design and cutting-edge technology with the warmth of a family home.
The KSR Team recently spent a sunny morning on-site in St John’s Wood.
Visiting a total of three addresses, all at various stages of construction and completion, we explored what is soon to be a magnificent family home, complete with outdoor swimming pool, the conversion of an imposing, Victorian building into 12 luxury flats and a site that is currently little more than a façade but will, in time, be transformed into an exceptional London residence.
We would like to share some good news; the studio is delighted to announce five internal promotions, made in recognition of our colleagues’ contribution to the growth of the company.
We continue to enjoy success across London and around the UK and with our increasing global reach, these promotions further strengthen our senior design team.
This year we turned 40 and we celebrated this milestone with clients, collaborators, consultants and colleagues at a Summer Reception held at the Mall Galleries in London.
Currently home to the New English Art Club Annual Exhibition, screens, lighting and live music transformed the gallery space and created a lively setting for our event. Three videos, rolling simultaneously, showcased our offer; vision, expertise and realisation. The reels explored our team’s imagination, culture and focus on delivery.
DJ and saxophonist Sasha played throughout the evening and photographer Osman Marfo-Gyasi captured the highlights.
A sketch captures and communicates an idea; it is visual language.
We are excited to see our Antigua Villa project progressing on site.
The contemporary architecture and interior design of this luxury property combine to create a spacious and light-filled environment. Floor to ceiling windows celebrate the panoramic views of the Caribbean and visually unite the inside and outside spaces.
Antigua enjoys a tropical climate but a considered palette of materials, including stone, timber and concrete, ensures cool and comfortable, indoor temperatures. The natural tones and textures work together to create a refined yet relaxed vacation-home.