In September issue with focus on West Hampstead Kathy Basheva has been interviewed in Fabric Magazine. For more details : https://issuu.com/forwardww/docs/fabric_september_2018
We are delighted to publish the images of this beautifully refurbished private house in the Hampstead Garden Suburb.
Photography by Adam Scott: http://www.adamscottimages.com
For more details head to the dedicated page: http://www.studiobasheva.com/hampsteadgardensuburb3/2018/4/20/bunniu6l73rwhmyfa96b5k268nvh3q
We are extremely delighted Kathy Basheva to have been featured in the RIBA article about the work we have been delivering at NAWIC.
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This fantastic private house has been photographed. Stay tuned for the latest images.
We are delighted to share Kathy Basheva has participated recently at Women mentoring event. For more details:
We are extremely delighted to have participated this year at MIPIM as part of the RIBA London Stand. Looking forward now to catching up with old and new connections.
We are delighted to have been included in this year's RIBA London Stand at MIPIM in Cannes. Here is the interview with Kathy Basheva speaking about the ethos of the company, the current challenges and our latest projects.
We are extremely delighted with our progress on the design of the conversion of this old forge into a two-bedroom two-bathroom private family house. Stay tuned for more details.
Kathy Basheva participated in the FT Future of Construction Summit. Leaders from across the industry took part to discuss the opportunities and challenges facing the industry.
Discussions included: emerging construction technologies and innovation, collaboration with data and information exchange platforms, PRS schemes and the emerging market, BREXIT and its potential effect on the industry, mergers and strategic alliances, rethinking contractual frameworks, shortage of skilled labour.
We are delighted to commence work on another project in the north London suburbs.
We are extremely delighted to have been commissioned to convert four former agricultural buildings somewhere in the English countryside. We are excited to breathe a new life in these mid 19th century barns. Stay tuned for more when the design is ready to be revealed.