This diverse collection of stylish city gardens and roof terraces : from small spaces to large scale projects, the classical to contemporary, celebrate a wide variety of innovative planting schemes and modern and traditional hard landscaping details.
With a unique blend of cohesive design solutions, meticulous attention to detail, always with the environment in mind and nature as the ultimate inspiration.
The transformation is revealed through images taken before, after, and during the construction and planting process.
The transformation of these tired and dated spaces into timeless interiors : from small spaces to large projects, is revealed through images taken before, after, and during the build.
These London based residential projects showcase a fusion of innovative contemporary design, modern and traditional materials, with fresh and sustainable solutions and always attention to detail.
Refurbishment of both period and contemporary projects often involves transforming a labyrinth of small rooms, hallways and external light-wells into luxurious, extensive and voluminous living space.
Maintaining the essential architectural qualities of the original building and its period detailing is often the most important criteria, whilst modernising and extending it to suit the client's needs.
Minimal lines, simplicity and purity of form is the hallmark of OSADA DESIGN.
External refurbishment is always undertaken in close consultation with the relevant conservation authorities; drawing-on the expertise of numerous specialist craftsmen.
The transformation is revealed through images taken before, after, and during the refurbishment and renovation process.
New facades are often implemented to improve the aesthetics of a building by reinstating and replicating the essential architectural qualities of the original building, it's period detailing, whilst modernising and extending it into an elegant contemporary home with flexible living space.
In Conservation Areas, and with Grade II Listed buildings, sympathetic construction with a selective use of materials is paramount to replicating period detailing to echo a ``sense of the past``.