White House Farm, Dagenham RM8

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The White House Farm, Dagenham was a carpentry job completed in July 2016 on behalf of Apparata Architects and the majority of the work involved fitting door linings and hanging doors.

Once the farm house is fully renovated, artists will live and work there and there will be a community garden growing plants, fruits and vegetables which will be open to all locals to come together and learn more about gardening and is a brilliant charity project in the heart of the Becontree Estate.

 The farm house is 150 years old and Edwin Hardy Amies and his family lived there between the 1940s - 1960s and he would become Queen Elizabeth official dressmaker in 1952.

It was a pleasure for me to work with architects, Astrid Smitham & Nick Lobo Brennan & on a farm house with such a rich history.

 

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