Falkes House, in London’s up and coming Vauxhall area, comprised of nine stylishly fitted apartments that bear all the hallmarks of Marldon’s award-winning craftsmanship.
The building was originally constructed in 1874, in the style of architect J L Pearson who acquired fame for his unrivalled success in mixing neo-gothic style with contemporary social and economic demands. His work can be seen at St. Peter’s Church directly opposite Falkes House, also Truro Cathedral and St. Augustine’s Church in Kilburn.
The building consists of one three-bedroom, four two-bedroom and four one-bedroom apartments. Two of these apartments have private gardens, whilst two other penthouse apartments include private roof terraces. All the apartments enjoy access to a communal outdoor garden and bike store.
The scheme achieved a BREEAM level of ‘Very Good.’. This accolade was received because the construction process was environmentally responsible and the completed building will be energy efficient.
The scheme was completed in 2015.