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The client’s brief was to provide additional space for their growing family; due to the relatively small size of their garden, the only option was to extend into the roof space. This was contentious; the house is in the centre of four unique Victorian properties, in a conservation area and none had adapted the roof. A distinct feature of the rear elevation is its flatness. The roof addition has a layer of depth which responds to the existing condition and reads as a delicate element on the roof. The result...
Marsh Hill is a one-off house built in an isolated position overlooking the estuary of the River Alde in Suffolk. It commands magnificent views across the marshland to the river. Located in an area of outstanding beauty, the house hovers over the landscape like a seagull's wing.
Amos Goldreich Architecture has completed the refurbishment and transformation of a maisonette in Tufnell Park, including the addition of a new loft conversion to provide a tranquil haven for the owners. The property forms part of a Victorian end of terrace house on St George’s Avenue and includes a bespoke feature staircase to the new loft space, fulfilling the clients’ requests to maximise all possible space whilst creating a new home that felt light, airy and calm.
Seafield is a new building in a strikingly beautiful location on the Isle of Man’s craggy coastline. The small building contains guest accommodation ancillary to the main house on a country estate, on which Gort Scott has carried out three separate projects.
Remodelling of an Edwardian detached house in Bexhill-On-Sea to create an open-plan kitchen diner, guest WC, utility room and an additional bathroom. Period features were retained and restored wherever possible.