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Marvic House in Fulham

New Residential Property Project – Apartments in London design by Emil Eve Architects, England

11 Feb 2019

Marvic House

Design: Emil Eve Architects

Location: Fulham, London, England, UK

Marvic House

Marvic House, located in the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham, has recently been refurbished, extended and converted by Emil Eve Architects. The original building contained a complex of Victorian workshops and was constructed over several phases and further adapted throughout the 20th century – its history now revealed through the patchwork colours of exposed brickwork.

Marvic House in Fulham

The new handmade brick facades compliment the warm tones of the existing brickwork while clearly distinguishing it as a new element. Hit and miss brick banding differentiates the levels and becomes a contemporary reference to the decorative horizontal bands of the original facade.

Marvic House in Fulham

Marvic House in Fulham

Pre-cast stone sills and copings accentuate the openings and highlight the large street door. Timber composite windows are stepped back from the facade and incorporate elegant powder-coated steel balustrades. At roof level a new zinc-clad extension with a large roof terrace has been added.

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Internally, eleven light-filled apartments have been created high-quality materials including solid oak flooring and bespoke oak joinery. At street level a large open plan commercial unit features an expansive polished concrete floor.

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Marvic House, Fulham – Building Information

Project size: 480 sqm
Project Budget: £1200000
Completion date: 2018
Building levels: 4

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Key products used:
Bricks: Petersent Tegl by EBM Supplies
Precast units: Vobster Cast Stone Masonry
Windows: Velfac
Steel balustrades: Fabrications Solutions Ltd
Polished concrete: Steysons
Internal joinery: Henry Booth
Zinc cladding: VM Zinc

Architect: Emil Eve Architects
Project Architect: Ross Perkin
Structural Engineer: Webb Yates Engineers
Project engineer: Tristan Harvey
Services Engineer: Andrew Reid and Partners
Project engineer: John Decker

Project Manager, QS, Contract admin and Principle Designer: Box Associates
Project lead: Francisco Mateo
Client team: Glasshouse Group Ltd
Main contractor: T&B Contractors Ltd
Site manager: Piers Cook
Contracts manager: Terry Giles

Marvic House in Fulham

Marvic House in Fulham

Photographs © Mariell Lind Hansen and Andy Stagg

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Location: Fulham, London, England, United Kingdom

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