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The project involved the extension of the lower ground floor of a Victorian terraced house on Farleigh Road. The clients wanted to expand the lower ground floor level to create a more sociable space centred around the kitchen (one of them used to be a chef so much of life centres around cooking and entertaining).
No.23 Burgh Street is a grade-II listed Georgian town house in Islington, London that has undergone a complete restoration, two storey rear extension and new garden room. The new additions are designed to maximise physical and visual connections to garden, with natural light pouring into the spaces through the inclusion of large rooflights. Bespoke timber joinery has been designed to bring warmth to spaces and create elegant and unusual transitions between the old and new built fabric.
HASA Architects has completed works to transform a derelict horticultural glasshouse at Highgate Bowl in North London into a new public space. The project, inspired by the frame and construction of the original building, explores the possibilities of this forgotten piece of the city by bringing it back into public use through a series of small-scale interventions. These sensitive interventions take the form of new external and internal pathways, as well as rooms and furniture pieces that guide visitors through the large open bays of the glasshouse while framing views...
A comprehensive refurbishment of a late-twentieth-century modern terrace house in Camden, creating large, open-plan spaces, but providing for varying degrees of enclosure and privacy with concealed doors.
A comprehensive refurbishment and a cottage in the Cairngorms, in the highlands of Scotland.
?The clients were after a comfortable and understated mountain retreat with three bedrooms and a series of public rooms (kitchen, living, dining and snug) which all had windows framing the views of the surrounding Cairngorms. We liked the idea of ‘making openings and pointing them at the view’ and this site is spectacular insofar as there are mountains in more or less every direction.
Given the existing cottage was very small, the brief meant more than doubling the...
We were appointed to design and project manage the amalgamation of two apartments within a large townhouse in the Westbourne area of London. The clients are an artist and writer who required a modern interior that complemented the original layout and aesthetic of the original Victorian property.
The central feature to the first floor is a bathroom which serves the guest bedroom but when all the concealed doors are open stands alone as a box in a larger living area. This enables light to pass around and above the box to...
Maison Frie au Four is a large 17th Century farmhouse to which a new contemporary extension has been added. The extension allows for a large, bright kitchen and living area which connects with the courtyard outside.