International

We have been lucky enough to work on various international projects over the past 10 years ranging from the Bahamas to the majestic mountain resorts in the Swiss Alps.

Ski Chalet – Switzerland

Ski Chalet Verbier – Switzerland. The original Swiss chalet required extending and a fully replaced traditional roof which included timber structure, roof stones, insulation, vapour barriers & copper work. Phase 2 work currently under way to extend the chalet after ATTOL obtained planning permission from the local canton.

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Provence Chateau – France

South of France – 2012. A new build pool and pool house, garden room, garage buildings and pool side kitchen. The existing building was also extensively renovated, and extensive landscaping carried out as part of this grand luxury Provence retreat project.

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Slipstream – Bahamas

  The Slipstream Seculsion, Long Island, Islands of the Bahamas – 2001. Complete re-planning and redesign of this luxury beach front property situated on Long Island in the Bahamas.

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Côte d’Azur – France

Hilltop house – Côte d’Azur, France 2012. This provence-style home overlooking the Cap Ferrat  required alterations to the existing stone building, as well as a bespoke study, bathrooms, wine cellar, entrance porch and a terrace sun screen canopy.

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Verbier – Switzerland

Chalet Lagopede, Switzerland 2007. A family ski chalet in the Swiss Alps which required a complete interior refurbishment. The internal decorations were designed to enhance the typical Swiss style, whilst creating a warm inviting feel.

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Cannes – France

Apartment Cannes – 2008. With 180 degree views over the bay of Cannes in the south of France this penthouse apartment required a complete renovation. A classic style was used in combination with a simple off whites pallet to maintain a cool atmosphere.

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