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Holland Green, London

Client: Chelsfield Developments/Illchester Estates


When an overseas buyer, reported to be an avid art collector, stepped in and acquired no less than four floors of a new residential development under construction in Kensington, the chances are he would have very demanding standards of finish for his new London home.

So it proved. He wanted hundreds of expensive, bespoke metal electrical switch plates and sockets to be perfectly finished and match the colours applied throughout his four floor apartment.

A team from Lucas was completing the entire decorations at Holland Green, a luxury development of 56 apartments in three cubic buildings grouped around the proposed new home of the design museum on the southern edge of Holland Park, on the site of the former Commonwealth Institute.

Muralplast provided the solution to the buyer’s unusual request. We developed the correct shades of our multi surface paint (MSP) in the laboratory and spray applied the coating to the components in our own purpose-built offsite spray booth to produce the perfectly matched finish required.

The collection of one to five bedroom highly specified apartments was designed by OMA Architects for the developers, Chelsfield Developments and Illchester Estate. The contractor was Mace

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