The works formed part of the £25million refurbishment of the Grade II listed, 160 year old Marshall Street Baths in London’s Soho. The property owned by the City of Westminster Council was closed in 1997 for safety reasons.
Plans were then developed by a local partnership to refurbish the baths to their former glory and add valuable new accommodation over an existing car park.
On top of the existing building a new level has been added to accommodate six flats on the second to fourth floors. There will be 52 new homes with 15 per cent being for affordable housing. Thirty-seven luxury seven figure loft apartments were created. We were asked by main contractors ISG Interior Exterior to deliver the required high quality finishes.
These included exterior rendering works to ensure that the new additional structure blends in fully with the original facades. The works were successfully completed to the internal drylinings, the private apartments, to the retail shops and to the new live-in work places which offer individual studios. The external works required extensive design and installation works for new walls, soffits to the substantial Atrium.