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Complete refurbishment of a Grade II Listed house to create a more contemporary layout, including the design of wall-mounted ‘floating’ joinery to house a kitchen in the centre of the house, new bathrooms, and
an open-plan living and library space.
Private Residential refurbishment and extension.
Gladstone Street is a hidden gem of beautiful Victorian terraces, right in the middle between Elephant&Castle and Waterloo in one of the most vibrant parts of South London.
The client for this project appointed Artform Architects to design a side extension to their house in Lymm, Warrington to house a new snug, utility room, shower room and office. A connection was also required from the new snug into the existing living room so the two spaces could connect with each other. In addition a new front entrance/porch was to be added as a replacement for the dated and badly designed porch on the existing house.
Avon Angle uses a simple and classic material palette of brick, metal and glass to provide a new kitchen and dining space. The large three-storey Victorian house allowed for a generously sized rear extension to be built, whilst still being subservient to the host building.