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For 50 years, Les Lumieres stood empty and decaying, an Art Deco monument falling to ruin. The house, on La Route Orange in Jersey, was designed by Arthur Grayson in 1932. It was once a splendid example of 1930's Art Deco architecture and interior design.

The practice was commissioned to take the scheme forward from sketch design to tender stage. The project was to completely refurbish the existing building and exterior landscape features together with adding a large extension providing a swimming pool, spa pool, gym, showers and changing facilities. The work was tendered and a firm of Jersey architects were employed from tender through to completion on site.

The project was completed and commended by the Civic Trust and we received a Jersey Design Award in the Large Scale Refurbishment or Remodelling category.
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