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A small renovation project to a period apartment in Whitechapel was completed with the addition of bespoke joinery to provide additional storage in the form of a large window bench that doubles to provide seating for the dining table. The project was carried out under difficult time constraints and on a very tight budget.
This extraordinary grade II listed residence is set in a beautifully preserved Georgian area of East London. In reworking the whole house, together with its extensive rear garden, it has been transformed into a modern family home.
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.