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The project involved the extension of the lower ground floor of a Victorian terraced house on Farleigh Road. The clients wanted to expand the lower ground floor level to create a more sociable space centred around the kitchen (one of them used to be a chef so much of life centres around cooking and entertaining).
This was quite an unusual commission. The penthouse had recently been finished by a developer. Our client liked the location and the West End views from the balcony, but didn’t like the minimalist interior with white walls, frameless glass and clinical character. We were asked to give the spaces a warmer tone and more storage.
A full refurbishment of a terraced house, with a basement extension to replace an existing coal cellar. The project maximises the sense of internal space through the use of simple consistent materials throughout ( oak, white concrete, plaster ) and the interior is filled with natural despite its tight urban plot through the use of large format glazing including a glass floor suspended on a glass beam and balustrade.
IKAWA headquarters involves refurbishing two existing warehouse floors into a quiet workspace and manufacturing workshop space for the on site design and production of IKAWA’s digital sample coffee roaster.
The project brief involves designing a mix of cellular quiet offices and meeting rooms, a research laboratory, an open plan flexible use workshop & manufacturing space with flexible electrical services strategy and a cafe demonstration space.
This project investigates and re-establishes the typology of a semi-detached house as a contemporary dwelling. The original Victorian cellular rooms have been replaced by open-plan levels. The play upon space marks different activities; the double-height lower ground floor functions as the main entertaining room with access to the rear garden.
We have recently completed the full internal refurbishment of a period property in Finsbury Park. The works included a new dormer roof and ground floor extension to the rear. We were appointed from the outset of the project which included concept design, planning, tender administration and project management. As with all projects we worked closely with the client to achieve a solution close to their requirements.