The project is on site but its exterior is is currently concealed from view by its weather protection as shown in the photograph. I will publish more photographs once the weather proof shell and scaffolding are removed but until then I include some photographs and drawings showing construction work in progress
Whether 4D studio architect and interior designer are involved with a studio, mews house, detached villa or a town-house, Chelsea has some of the finest of London property. The centre of what was the original village, by the Thames, still has stunning Georgian properties though most of Chelsea is 19th-century, with lots of red-brick terraces and mansion blocks in a network of attractive streets with interspersed with spacious garden squares.
Over time 4D Studio have worked on impressive detached and semi-detached houses in the Boltons and cottages and mews houses in South Kensington not to mention impressive apartments in the area of Queen’s Gate Gardens, Onslow Gardens, Onslow Square and Evelyn Gardens.
Chelsea is bounded to the south by the River Thames along which it runs with a river frontage from Chelsea Bridge along the Chelsea Embankment, Cheyne Walk, lots Road and Chelsea Harbour. The eastern boundary was originally the River Westbourne that has for many years been confined to an underground pipe that runs above Sloan Square Tube Station. The boundary nowadays is Chelsea Bridge Road and the lower part of Sloan Street that includes Sloan Square. To the north and northwest, Chelsea changes into Knightsbridge and Brompton, both areas in which the residential architects and interior designers at 4D Studio are working. The area north of Kings Road as far northwest as Fulham Road is part of Chelsea.
Most of Chelsea is in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea although part of it is in Hammersmith and Fulham.
A fact for a pub quiz might be that Chelsea is home to one of the largest communities of Americans living outside the US, with 6.53% of Chelsea residents being born in the US.
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