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A full refurbishment of a terraced house, with a basement extension to replace an existing coal cellar. The project maximises the sense of internal space through the use of simple consistent materials throughout ( oak, white concrete, plaster ) and the interior is filled with natural despite its tight urban plot through the use of large format glazing including a glass floor suspended on a glass beam and balustrade.
Lansdowne Gardens is a new three bedroom house which has replaced a derelict single storey doctors surgery within a conservation area. The site, which is flanked by two listed buildings, was set back from the highway behind the remnants of an old brick garden wall and had consent for a two bed house won at appeal by another firm.
The Ballymacrea House is a wonderful celebration of the often forgotten Northern Irish, Mid Century Modern homes. Situated on a split level site overlooking the North Coast, the house features a full wall of glazing on the first floor to take advantage of the stunning panoramic views. The sharp white frame of the upper storey appears to float above the dark ground floor monolithic plinth, cantilevering in every direction, creating dramatic perspectives from every direction.
Karl & Vanessa were moving from a large New York apartment to London. They had been living a lateral existence, all rooms on the same level, no steps and no stairs. They asked for a sense of their New York apartment in their new home, but there was only one catch… The house they were buying was a town house, over five floors, with steps in abundance.