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Guest post from Susan Quirke, Quirke McNamara Consultancy I was commissioned by an Influential city banker to undertake this project in the Alaska building Bermondsey. The Alaska Building was designed by world-famous industrial architect Thomas Wallis, best known for the Firestone and Hoover Buildings The building is a converted Victoriana leather factory and the property still had some of the old winching equipment left intact which was a fantastic feature. When I first say the property it was very tired and run down and hadn’t been updated since the original development. A tiny galley kitchen and a dining room that was basically in the dark as well as a poor…