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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
At the time of purchased, Steve & Karen’s new home didn’t work well. The ground floor was all but cut off from the rest of house, the spaces badly flowed and the garden was hard to access. We were asked to open the house up, modernise it, improve the relationship between the house and the garden and to create a family living zone over the bottom two floors that brought the family together even when they were in different rooms or on different floors.
The conversion of this existing domestic garage will result in a new clinic that will provide a dedicated space for the client to operate her business and will free up valuable space within the family home.
The project also includes the refurbishment of an existing storage room which will be repurposed into a workshop for the clients retired husband.
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...
Church Lane is a semi-detached former workers cottage that previously provided cramped and outdated accommodation has been transformed with two single storey extensions to the front and rear that almost double its footprint.