At TBKS we have been supplying architectural ironmongery to prestigious development projects for over 30 years. One very recent project was the redevelopment of 4-12 Somerset Place, Bath where nine town houses and twenty stunning apartments have been cleverly slotted into the fabric of this late Georgian Crescent.
Somerset Place is one of five a Grade I listed Georgian crescents nestled on the northern side of the city and was designed by the infamous architect John Eveleigh. Given Bath is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, TBKS has developed extensive knowledge and practical application when providing ironmongery to listed buildings.
At Somerset Place we supplied only top quality British made products. Turnstyle Design sumptuous leather lever handles married well with Samuel Heath polished nickel sash window fasteners. These fittings were attentively handpicked to ensure they blended seamlessly into the design concept by Emma-Sims Hilditch Interiors.
Somerset Place encompasses perfect proportions, traditional Bath stone and an air of quintessential splendour all of which has attracted customers from all around the world. All the development projects we are involved with are truly unique, and we relish working on such diverse briefings which utilise our many years of experience - and Somerset Place was no exception!