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A house in a conservation area has been remodelled to create a light filled basement with pop-up cinema, sky lit bathrooms plus a curved brick wall tying the old to new.
*Winner AJ Retrofit Awards 2016 - House over £500K
*Shortlisted New London Architecture - Don't Move Improve! 2016
Significantly damaged during the blitz, this mid-19th Century Grade II listed building had been extensively rebuilt and unsympathetically extended post war. Our brief was to provide more headroom in the basement and to make it connect more directly with the wide rear garden. As well as the usual brief of more useable space and light, DMA have looked to give a new cohesion, to the house. We soot washed the rear façade of post-war bricks to emulate the London stocks next door. Spatially, we intro
Remodelling of an Edwardian detached house in Bexhill-On-Sea to create an open-plan kitchen diner, guest WC, utility room and an additional bathroom. Period features were retained and restored wherever possible.
The brief was to extend and re-invent the ground floor for modern family life, complete a luxurious master ensuite and maximise the potential of the loft space. A part-two storey rear extension was the result, with a hanging timber clad ‘pod’ forming the dramatic centre piece to the ground floor kitchen/dining space.
The owners of this large detached Victorian House, wanted us to work on designs for the building that would open up the internal rooms to provide large entertaining spaces. The property is located in a conservation area and had been divided into 3 flats previously. The clients wished to re-instate the property as a single family home.