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Nagan Johnson LLP

Nagan Johnson LLP

London

Nagan Johnson LLP - Brixton Road Flat

Nagan Johnson LLP

Double-height glazed extension to a Grade 2 listed Georgian house

 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



A Grade II Listed Georgian house was transformed with a modern glass two storey extension and interiors.

Two storeys of glass, touching the existing house via a glass roof and walkable glass floor, floods the internal deep plan with natural light. The lower level transforms the basement level into a generous bedroom which opens onto a sunken garden retreat.

The front and rear gardens landscape services resulting in an invitation from the Yellow Book to open the garden for five years.