Osborn House was a vacant 1960s office building in Blackheath in London. It was a solid structure which we carried out extensive concrete reporting on confirming it's robust nature and suitability for conversion with the BRE (Building Research Establishment). We were successful in planning and able to change it's use and skilfully convert an undesirable vacant 60s office block into a desirable contemporary building of 45 apartments, including 4 penthouse apartments added to the roof of the building. LPT designed a collection of 19 studio apartments within the building that benefited from unique space saving ideas, enhancing the living quality within flats of limited space. This included fold down beds, which automatically exposed a dining table when up, a half wall unit including full height wardrobes on the bedroom side and storage on the living room side, with a large TV on a turning mechanism so that the TV could be watched in bed or in the living room. The project was registered on Help to Buy to aid first time buyers.