Westow House, London (English)

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Westow House, London

The Client

Westow House is a 19th century Gothic Victorian Public House in Crystal Palace, that was badly damaged by a bomb during the Second World War.

The current owners, Antic London, were keen to restore this historic building to its former glory by reinstating the upper three storeys and therefore transforming Westow House into a four-story building to reflect its original style and stature.

The additional floors will create space within the upper levels for a grand function room, as well as 23 boutique bedrooms for a new bed and breakfast venture.

 

The solution

As part of an entirely bespoke restoration project, our team used the latest 3D scanning technology to replicate the existing stone details.  This ensured we were able to produce the highest quality stonework for the front elevation that was sympathetic to both the original building design and its height.

Did you know? Haddonstone is the ideal solution for the restoration and replacement of stone that’s been damaged by exposure or neglect, and for the extension of original stonework features.  Regardless of style or age, we can work with you to bring any structure back to life. Whether the restoration work required is structural or purely cosmetic, we can supply the high specification stonework necessary.  For more details, contact our expert team.

 

 

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