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A four level, new build house in central London, composed of layered planes and contrasting solids and voids. Materials include natural and reconstituted stones, a fine steel staircase and timber brise soleil to the rear elevation. Internally the entrance hall and staircase are deliberately compact and enclosed. They lead to the contrasting main living room; a dramatic double-height space with walls of glass facing the gardens and secondary stairs leading to a gallery and music room above. There are six bedrooms and bathrooms and parking for three cars. Underground is...
We have been re-thinking the London terraced townhouse for 20 years and this is our latest refinement. Key elements include forming a matt steel and bronze staircase in a new position. This connects the four floors emphatically, gives views of the garden through a double-height window, admits abundant light and makes moving through the house a special experience. The young family now have a spreading, open, garden-level living room – with a three-meter ceiling height – extensive storage, terraces, fireplaces, and beautiful night-time lighting
A long, low pavilion forms the garden’s western perimeter, just touching the listed house and contrasting sensitively with existing structures. Iroko cladding is both solid and screen, filtering views into and out of the building through glass walls. Dark grey metalwork provides contrast and a green roof environmental advantages.
The internal spaces are flooded with natural light and allow a close connection to the garden, changing skies and the sun’s passage. There are long internal vistas beside three service cores and very generous column-free, high volumes. Materials include stone, marble, teak...
Prince Albert Road
Constraints became the stimulus for a 200 sq metre, semi-subterranean extension to a Grade II listed house overlooking Regent’s Park. Three new living rooms are invisible from the street and wrap around a mature lime tree. They move from a high, glassy garden room – a contemporary orangery - past an internal dance studio, to a television room. This has a glass corner that leads to a terrace with canal frontage. Car parking is maintained above the new structure, iroko cladding forms an appropriate garden enclosure and internal materials are...