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The property was originally end-of-terrace with an angled flank wall that created a ‘cake-slice’ shaped in-fill to the side of the house. The site geometry formed the concept for the large rear extension and an angular form evolved. The roof is formed from three ‘folds’ framed in triangulated steelwork and in-filled with exposed timber framing.
This is one of the smallest and most difficult commissions we have undertaken. We were asked to create a dressing space adjoining the master en suite for the ‘man of the house’. We were asked to blend the character of the house with the feel of a much-loved chest of drawers in the adjoining master bedroom and also for the furniture to have a hint of gentleman’s club about it too.
The project involves partial refurbishment to a new-build flat in Dalston. New kitchen in marble effect Dekton, herringbone oak flooring and bathroom tiles bring intricate textures and materiality. Brass floor trims are used to separate porcelain from oak surfaces, whilst brass bathroom sanitary-ware and joinery made of oak and copper add to the rich material palette.