Keylon Interiors selected for super-prime development in Chelsea
31 May 2016: Keylon Interiors has been contracted by Dawnus Construction to work on the prestigious Kings Library scheme, a new high-end development in Chelsea.
Keylon has commenced internal decorations on the super-prime development, which takes luxury to the extreme with the redevelopment of The Old Kings Library. First built in 1908 and formally known as The Sloane School, it was one of the accomplished buildings designed by Architect Thomas J. Bailey and the very first purpose-built secondary school in the UK. Since ceasing to be a school in 2011 the vacant classrooms were used as a setting for the award-winning film ‘The Theory of Everything’, starring Eddie Redmayne as scientist Stephen Hawking.
Jon Lowe, Director, Keylon Interiors, said: “Quality is one of our core values and is at the heart of everything we do. Never has it been more important than with The Kings Library scheme, which will see us use a selection of the finest products on the market for internal decorations of spaces including a games room, entertainment room and wine cellar.”
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