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nimtim architects

nimtim architects

London

nimtim architects - Yellow House

nimtim architects

A sunny London house extension to adapt to young couple's changing needs

kitchen with bespoke splashback

kitchen with bespoke splashback 



Living area

Living area 



Living area

Living area 



Dining area

Dining area 



bathroom

bathroom 



detail bathroom

detail bathroom 



Detail of window opening

Detail of window opening 



A bold addition to a ground floor Victorian flat. A limited budget has meant a focus on creating large, flexible spaces using simple but characterful materials.

The external walls are formed of a split-faced concrete block which becomes smooth and fairfaced as it moves inside. The new rear elevation is simple and confident with a large picture window wrapping down from fixed rooflights above the side addition.

The project recieved first-time approval from Southwark and is programmed to start on site in summer 2015.