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This beautiful grade II listed property in Hampstead Garden Suburb's was completely refurbished internally and externally. The building was in a poor condition and needed to be fully re plumbed and re wired to comply with modern building regulations. The repair work to the external areas had to be carried out carefully and coordinated with the local planners, Barnet and the Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust. We held several meetings with all parties to establish the correct palette of materials.
The Red House was originally the Holborn Union Offices and built in 1886 in the Queen Anne style. It has stunning ornate red brickwork. On a very tight budget, we were asked to do two things. Firstly, to bring some order to the kitchen, dining and living space and secondly, somehow, to create a gym, storage, dressing room and flexible space from the tiny second bedroom, which was to continue to be a bedroom.
The project is a single-storey side extension to a ground floor property in a 1950s ex-council apartment building. The project is situated in Hampstead's Mansfield conservation area.
The property, 29 Mackeson Road, is a mid-century 1950s terrace hemmed in by late 19th century Victorian terraces on the west side of the street. The block is a post war infill, typical of the area and is unique to the street in that it is the only set of houses that are not Victorian in age or character. The building in question is...
HASA Architects has transformed the first floor of a five-storey Georgian terrace in London’s Mayfair to create a distinctive and elegant new home for a private client. The contemporary design updates and modernises the property while respecting the original character and design intent of the Grade II listed building. The restrained design focuses on space and light while a series of sensitive insertions combine with a carefully selected material palette to create distinct new spaces alongside the original features of the property.