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Graeme Massie Architects

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Graeme Massie Architects - Trevanion Road

Graeme Massie Architects

Townhouse refurbishment and extension.

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Rock Hunter




No2 Trevanion Road is a three-storey townhouse within the Gunter Estate Conservation Area in West Kensington, London - an area predominantly characterised by Victorian-era brick built mansions, villas and terraces.
Our design reconfigured the existing house to improve access and enhance the quality of the main public rooms by making them more open, spacious and light. By removing part of the existing first floor a generous double-height dining area has been created at the heart of the building. A timber stair rises within this space to connect to the living room above. The new Garden Room seamlessly integrates with the reconfigured living spaces and redefines the relationship between house and its attractive garden.