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Pattern and colour are used in a Victorian house to convert two flats into a single home within the Dulwich Village Conservation area.
nimtim employed colour and pattern throughout the house including new elements to create a distinctive and unique home that is boldly contemporary but also respectful of its context within the Dulwich Village Conservation Area. A simple side extension was created with a continuous rooflight to bring light into a new, large kitchen and dining area. Timber framed doors open out onto the garden; framing views and giving a better connection between inside and outside.The bricks on the rear elevation are laid in a contemporary stack bond which folds down to form the garden terrace that leads down onto the lawn.