Throughout June, London will be buzzing with all kinds of interesting lectures and walking tours forming part of the London Festival of Architecture. There is something for anyone interested in any aspect of architecture, modern living and London’s history. One event not to be missed is being hosted by Eric Parry Architects at St Martin-in-the-Fields where they will be talking about the development of this historic church, but also in wider terms discussing how public spaces and how we use them, are changing. Since the creation of public spaces, whether squares or communal areas in buildings is something Szerelmey specialise in, it is really interesting to understand how these are evolving as the way we live our lives changes.
Szerelmey has worked on many occasions with Eric Parry Architects on various projects such as the award winning 7-8 St James’s Square, 5-7 Helen’s Place, Vicarage Gate House and many more…
In addition to internals and external cladding, Szerelmey also undertakes extensive hard landscaping projects bringing our mark of distinction to each. We offer complete landscaping solutions using natural stone and other hard body materials. Want to know more about Szerelmey project experience? click here.
Picture credit: Taylor Maxwell – The River Thames – Creating Boundaries in Brickwork