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Chris Dyson Architects

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London, UK


Chris Dyson Architects - The Old Barracks

Chris Dyson Architects

Small grade II listed Mews house complete internal refurbishment.

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Peter Landers









This residential project in West London was completed in late 2017. The existing property is a small grade II listed mews house located within the Grosvenor Estate.

The client’s brief was to completely remodel the house and create a dining area separate from the kitchen. By covering the small rear courtyard with a sliding rooflight, this allowed us to create the required separate dining space whilst keeping it connected to the kitchen.

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Due to the small size of the property, the materials and colour palette were kept very simple and consistent throughout. A combination of black, white and grey was used, with bespoke joinery elements to complement these colour tones.