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A private client seeked OMNIDE as the designers for their private refurbishment of a house.
ITvsIW House was designed with the client’s interests at heart; she envisioned the renovation of the house into a home of outstanding quality which would also market well. The client was a fundamental part of the design process and was included in all design decisions via weekly meetings. The weekly updates carried on through to the construction period when variations occurred due to site conditions.
The driving concept for the project was light. We wanted to brighten the house and give a feeling of a larger space. We opened the ground floor living space by extending it further into the garden and inserting a 3000x2000mm skylight above the kitchen area. This allowed for maximisation of light in the inner spaces such as the TV room and pantry at the centre of the house.
Due to the long length of the plan, we created uninterrupted views of the rear garden from the entrance; this was to ensure that there would be a physical connection and a sense of unity throughout the house.
To increase the standards of space and living we decided to reduce the number of bedrooms from the five existing to four, allowing for en-suite bathrooms and walk in closets for the bedrooms.
As the client was an artist, she requested a studio space that would allow her to work from home. A unanimous decision was taken to convert the existing rear garage into a flexible creative space. This gave way to inspiring views of the garden.
We consciously privileged natural and high-quality finishes such as wood and Italian marble over synthetics to create a personal connection to nature.