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Amos Goldreich Architecture has completed the refurbishment and transformation of a maisonette in Tufnell Park, including the addition of a new loft conversion to provide a tranquil haven for the owners. The property forms part of a Victorian end of terrace house on St George’s Avenue and includes a bespoke feature staircase to the new loft space, fulfilling the clients’ requests to maximise all possible space whilst creating a new home that felt light, airy and calm.
InsideOut have just completed the fourth in a series of loft refurbishments at a converted warehouse in Clerkenwell. This project focussed on lighting redesign to highlight the varied and tactile finishes throughout and acoustic performance, as both clients are musicians.
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.
Residential extension of kitchen and dining space, maximising light with an elegant design.
Longlisted for Don't Move, Improve! 2017.
Shortlisted for AJ Small Projects 2017 and the RIBA Regional Awards 2017.
The brief was to replace a dated and badly designed conservatory and dining area with a new, contemporary extension to the rear of a large period property set in a large, well landscaped garden. The new extension was to form an open-plan kitchen/diner and connect through to an adjacent living room by removing the wall between and the chimney breast.
A composition of rectilinear volumes and planes over three levels, where new architectural elements are distributed around the existing house at varying intensities, including new extensions to the rear garden.