Crafted, Considered Technology
 

# 02

Knightsbridge Townhouse

RADICAL TECHNOLOGY BEHIND AN ELEGANT FAÇADE

 
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INSIGHT

For a project of this complexity and timeframe, Lamont were the perfect partner. We had full confidence that they could integrate the substantial technical requirements with our design for what turned out to be an extraordinary building.

 
 
JAMES HOWARD, TIM FLYNN ARCHITECTS
 

A large Knightsbridge townhouse behind Harrods underwent a radical refurbishment – to the point where only the outer walls were left standing following demolition. Working closely with Tim Flynn Architects, this was a challenging and technically demanding four-year project. It required completely redesigning and rebuilding the house and installing cutting-edge technology that was virtually invisible.

Our role was significant: designing and installing a Savant home automation system, bespoke audio-visual, Lutron lighting and Panasonic telecoms across six floors that were connected by a tubular glass lift. No detail was too small: the ambient lighting and temperature in the wine cellar could be controlled, to the nearest degree, by iPad.

With bespoke furniture and light fittings throughout, we had to carefully craft technology systems to each location. Built to an exacting finish by Walter Lilly, the main contractor, the end result is spectacular.

 
 
 

This project had the scale and more complexity than most commercial projects, such were the technical demands. Thankfully, at our handover meeting with the client, he was delighted with the result.

BEN COCKS, DIRECTOR, LAMONT
 
 
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KEY WORKS

Savant Control
Lutron Lighting
Panasonic Telecom
 

METICULOUSLY INTEGRATED INTO A GRADE II LISTED BUILDING

CASE STUDY #01

Eaton Square

We were invited to collaborate with Symm Construction on a significant Grade II listed town house in Kensington.

A MASTERPIECE OF BRITISH CRAFTSMANSHIP

CASE STUDY #03

Holland Park

Some projects are without comparison, and none epitomises this more than an apartment in Holland Park, previously used as a studio by a renowned British painter.