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The Art of Bespoke – The Brothers Behind Wilben

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The Art of Bespoke discusses Wilben’s one of a kind design philosophy, and how it differs from traditional property developments.   The full article places a focus on William and Benjamin Samuels – co-founders of Wilben – and the approach they took in designing homes for themselves. Both of their […]

Zodiac Luxury & Lifestyle – The ‘I’ in Interior Design

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Co-founder of Wilben, William Samuels reflects on how he set about creating his own home earlier this year     Click the link to read the full article from Zodiac Luxury & Lifestyle: http://zodiac-luxury.com/the-i-in-interior-design/       

Financial Times – Victoria goes upmarket but remains a bargain for central London

New high-end developments in and around Victoria increase the area’s desirability whilst remaining cheaper than Mayfair and Belgravia The Finacnial Times looks at how Victoria’s high-end developments have changed the profile of its residents and narrowed the desirability gap between it and its competing neighbours. The article features Sons & Cos […]

Prime Resi – Royal Fever: Resi reigns again in Buckingham Palace Quarter

Prime Resi looks at Buckingham Palace Quarter’s Outperforming other luxury neighbourhoods in Prime Central London. The full article discusses the rising property value due to the multitude of high-end developments in the area. Among noteworthy examples is Sons & Co’s VI Castle Lane, a development located in Victoria’s historic Birdcage Walk Conservation Area. […]

Prime Resi – Classical architect goes contemporary in North London

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Wolff Architects has acquired planning permissions for new-build scheme in North London The scheme consists of six four-bed townhouses in Muswell Hill, each measuring 2,600 square feet and complete with open-plan ground floor receptions, lower ground kitchen/dining rooms, full-floor windows, and sunken gardens. Completion is estimated for Summer of 2018.   […]

Prime Resi – Wilben debuts ‘reasonably-priced’ Boltons bolthole

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Wilben’s Townhouse in the Little Boltons presents impressive value in an exclusive neighbourhood The townhouse measures 2,713 square feet and features five bedrooms, and a basement kitchen/lounge and a patio complete with water features. Read the full article online here.  

Homes to lust after – Little Boltons

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Wilben’s Little Boltons property listed on the Times’ pick of the hottest properties for sale   The townhouse measures 2,713 square feet and features five bedrooms, and a basement kitchen/lounge and a patio complete with water features. The full article discusses the value proposition of the home and its location. Read […]

Evening Standard – Generous Gardens on Chelsea Waterfront

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Ground-floor apartments with a private garden fronting the Thames are a rare commodity in central London, but not at Chelsea Waterfront – The Evening Standard reports. The generous gardens are being unveiled this Easter at Chelsea Waterfront, a redevelopment of listed Lots Road Power Station. The plot spreads across 8 […]

New Property Launches – Chelsea Waterfront in The London Magazine

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Ruth Bloomfield highlights that Chelsea Waterfront’s towers will be released later this year in The London Magazine The full article discusses the attitudes of buyers and investors towards Central London properties on the edge of prime central London. The article features comments on Chelsea Waterfront, Lots Road. The development consists […]

David Wolff features in Notting Hill & Holland Park Magazine and the Kensington & Chelsea Magazine

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Made to Measure: Lauren Stevens interviews David Wolff to discuss the most extravagant additions to London’s palatial homes.   While building a miniature aquarium filled with a modest school of sharks may be no biggie, the prospect of creating an alternative climate in a residential home was new ground to […]