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one off homes - page 5

Projects
Profiles
  • The Old Barracks

  • Stark House

  • The Watson House

  • Grasmere Road, Poole

  • Conservatory Room

  • Reeves House, Clapham

  • Old Street Duplex

  • Black House

  • The Orangery

  • Kiln House

  • Secret House

  • The Beach House by John Young and MELOY architects

  • Slashback

  • The New Forest House

Chris Dyson Architects

The Old Barracks

Small grade II listed Mews house complete internal refurbishment.

Andrew Wood Associates

Stark House

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...

John Pardey Architects

The Watson House

The brief began with the idea of occupying the house for short breaks – a holiday home that is easy to use and the clients wished to live in contact with nature.

rbstudio architects

Grasmere Road, Poole

Seemingly traditional form, sensitive to the plot site, but take a look inside.

David-Leech Architects

Conservatory Room

A refurbishment and new build extension to a terraced house.

Andrew Wood Associates

Reeves House, Clapham

At the time of purchased, Steve & Karen’s new home didn’t work well. The ground floor was all but cut off from the rest of house, the spaces badly flowed and the garden was hard to access. We were asked to open the house up, modernise it, improve the relationship between the house and the garden and to create a family living zone over the bottom two floors that brought the family together even when they were in different rooms or on different floors.

YAM Studios

Old Street Duplex

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.

AR Design Studio

Black House

The house encompasses a mixture of framed and linear views across four carefully sculpted gardens that aim to each capture a piece of the surrounding landscape.

Chris Dyson Architects

The Orangery

North London light-filled, flexible rear extension.

Peter Morris Architects

Kiln House

Kiln House, Hampstead heath London

Edgley Design

Secret House

Secret House is located behind a row of terraced houses and accessed via a narrow alleyway. One of the many former urban workshops nestled behind London’s terraced streets, the site is entirely surrounded with no road access meaning all materials had to be carried to the site through a doorway to the entrance alley.

MELOY architects

The Beach House by John Young and MELOY architects

Modern beach side summerhouse on Hayling Island

Stipfold

Slashback

The structure was realized through a bottom-up approach; Forms emerged after deciding how spaces with specific functionalities would be arranged in the house.

PAD studio

The New Forest House

Concrete elegance.