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This Brixton based project consisted of kitchen design, including custom joinery and bathroom design and specification. We created a minimal scheme with clean lines with a distinct Scandinavian feel. The cool tones of wood used in the kitchen add warmth and along with the corian worktop give the space a wonderful tactile quality.
The bathroom has a minimal monochrome palette which contrasts beautifully with the retro fittings. The white metro tiles create a continuity through the flat and provide a subtle pattern for the space. We love the simplicity of the...
“David Nossiter Architects are the creative genius behind this stunning Suffolk barn conversion.” The Sunday Times
“Winner of best restoration in last year’s Sunday Times British Homes Awards, this 5,000 sq ft barn conversion by the London-based architect David Nossiter shows how cathedral-like spaces can be made liveable…” The Sunday Times
“To tackle an existing building like this, you have to take a forensic approach to create a piece of architecture within the existing structure. This is a prime example of someone knowing when to stop adding layers” Daily Telegraph Homebuilding &...
The existing building was in a very sorry state. The front façade had become detached from the building. The roof was leaking and there was a large lift in the middle of the house. The building had not been touched for 30 years, it needed a lot of work.
The existing staircase sat in the middle of the building and dominated the plan. The rear bedrooms were all accessed from the half landings. What was a sizeable house felt small and pokey. We took the decision to relocate the staircase to...
This was a Listed Grade II Crown Estate property near the Zoological Gardens where a ‘surgical’ approach was required to insert a heating system into all four floors of the house without damaging the historic features of the building.
Other works carried out concerned the construction of two conservatories and the refurbishment of the bathrooms to a very high specification.
Situated in the small hamlet of Fallahogey in Co.Londonderry is a dwelling designed to integrate into its surroundings, deal intelligently with the climate whilst satisfying the client’s request of a home which truly reflected their desires, aspirations and lifestyle. The new residence cultivates the site by allowing the existing conditions to influence its form and construction, whilst enabling us to create thoroughly modern architecture that adopts the spirit of the vernacular without resorting to mimicking its forms and construction.
This full flat refurbishment is located in East London near Old Street. One side of the apartment is a stunning double-height space, with a fully glazed aspect. An open mezzanine houses the master bedroom and bathroom.