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One of our clients had recently started working from home, an appropriate study / office space was required and as no alternative locations in this tight urban property were viable, the existing attic was an obvious choice.
For this locally listed property, an existing hipped roof complicated the possibility of altering or extending into the roofscape. Development was however possible by portraying to the council through intensive iterations, the relevance of a latent historical typology found elsewhere in the conservation area – the ‘single dormer window’.
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This project for an actor and an artist, and their young family, involves the extension and refurbishment of an Edwardian house in West London. It demonstrates our approach to the look and feel of residential interiors.
This was quite an unusual commission. The penthouse had recently been finished by a developer. Our client liked the location and the West End views from the balcony, but didn’t like the minimalist interior with white walls, frameless glass and clinical character. We were asked to give the spaces a warmer tone and more storage.
A four level, new build house in central London, composed of layered planes and contrasting solids and voids. Materials include natural and reconstituted stones, a fine steel staircase and timber brise soleil to the rear elevation. Internally the entrance hall and staircase are deliberately compact and enclosed. They lead to the contrasting main living room; a dramatic double-height space with walls of glass facing the gardens and secondary stairs leading to a gallery and music room above. There are six bedrooms and bathrooms and parking for three cars. Underground is...