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Chris Dyson Architects

Chris Dyson Architects

London, UK


Chris Dyson Architects - Spitalfields House

Chris Dyson Architects

Bright and airy modern space crafted out of a historic Spitalfeilds House making for a fantastic family home.

Main Reception Room

Main Reception Room 









The aim of this project included the rearrangement of the accommodation to
make the most of the open aspect to the south to bring more light into the house.
It also included the provision of additional space on a new basement level.
With the northward orientation of the front facade, the proposal sought to create
a new south facing conservatory space allowing a greater sense of openness and
light to reach deep into the plan of the house at ground and first floor levels.
Above, at first floor level, additional usable space was created through the addition
of a principal drawing room, which overlooks the conservatory space.