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Working closely with Tower Hamlets Conservation team, we rebuilt the C20th closet wing of this Grade 2 listed house in timber and glass, carefully providing long views through to the garden from the entrance hall. The garden was terraced down to give level access out from a new family room, which is roofed in one huge sheet of glass. A secret gate between the neighbouring gardens gives children and adults free reign between houses.
Competition for a mobile boutique glamping cottage to be set on the coast of Wales.
The concept was derived by the sharing of mythical stories, shadow dance (light/shadow/theatre) and framing of views. The form was derived from beach huts flipped on each other then joined with a glass fissure (to allow for light/views).
Working with natural material and native to Wales, we attempted to create a lush yet sustainable design. Utilising a stove, solar panels and converters, we sought to make this small cottage self sufficient. I.e. Utilising heat and solar...
Surrounding houses overlook this backland site, so we developed an inward looking courtyard house arranged around a tranquil pool. The design is a composition of pavilions that respond to the irregular boundary.
Extensive refurbishment comprising of a split section to the rear. This sectional arrangement was utilised to develop a concept of a geological strata linking all spaces to the rear with its uniform and consistent finish. The strata forms a raised terrace, a kitchen, floor, wall and ceiling and a metal clad central stair element pierces through forming circulation between the levels and spaces.
A reconfiguration of a beautiful Grade II listed three-storey terrace that complements the quirky barrel vaulted rear façade and sympathetically refinishes the interior to the clients' exceptional taste.