Full refurbishment of a Chelsea house - untouched since the 'twenties' - in 12 weeks.
A work in progress ...
A barren patch of desert on the outskirts of Marrakech starts to take shape.
The house will be powered by solar panels and air source heat pumps.
Total refurbishment of a 5-storey family house including roof extension and basement/garden excavation.
Everything was removed apart from the staircase and the neighbours walls.
The whole project was completed in just under 16 weeks - the horn and nickel handles for the wardrobe doors took as long to make as the building.
Refurbishment of a Regency house.
Showing 'before and after' pictures of Sitting Room and Dining Room, the installation of Chinese fixtures including terracotta soldiers to protect the wine bins.
The restoration of Anthony Trollope's Regency Gothic house on the South Downs.
Before and after pictures show a very challenging low RSJ overwhelming the dining room, which we tackled by introducing panelling and cross coffers to the room.
The removal of a breezeblock and plank fire surround revealed the original flagstones.
A full refurbishment of a six-storey Clapham House.
Under the guidance of creative genius, Jille Azis, we created the "Agra" streets and a "Chinese" village, from scratch, in the hills of Thailand.
Sara worked as Art Director on the short film 'Scooterman'.
The challenge was to create the Buddha-Bar for a night for John Chambers, CEO of Cisco systems, so that he could host a party for the senior executives and government ministers attending Telecom Geneva.
The bigger challenge was the dismal lobster pink function room that had been selected for the event.
So, as Art Director, Sara commissioned a 30' long "dragon bar", ordered hundreds of metres of red silk and filled a 40' truck with a gazillion props from Pinewood including the Buddha head from 'Tomorrow Never Dies'.