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A substantial refurbishment and extension of a 1930s semi-detached house in South London.
This sensitive refurbishment and extension of a 1930s semi-detached house takes advantage of the property’s extensive gardens to create a free-flowing and flexible family home.
The extension to the existing dwelling provides a new layout, opening up the property to create additional living areas, a new asymmetric pitched roof and connections between indoor and outdoor spaces. A large triangular roof-light frames views of the tree canopies, seeming to invite wilderness into the property itself. This weaving of inside and outside is further reinforced through large glazed openings and terraces that step down into a secluded garden.
Simple detailing and the use of reclaimed materials help to ground the house in its natural surroundings, allowing the quality of the house speak for itself.