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Constraints became the stimulus for a 200 sq metre, semi-subterranean extension to a Grade II listed house overlooking Regent’s Park. Three new living rooms are invisible from the street and wrap around a mature lime tree. They move from a high, glassy garden room – a contemporary orangery - past an internal dance studio, to a television room. This has a glass corner that leads to a terrace with canal frontage. Car parking is maintained above the new structure, iroko cladding forms an appropriate garden enclosure and internal materials are...
The remodelling of an existing gallery to incorporate a residential element that could serve as a London base and a location for hosting more intimate ‘salon’ events for clients to meet artists and see new work in a domestic setting.
This disused building in a conservation area required a complete overhaul and extension. We created an award-winning seven-bedroom family home with 530 square metres of refurbished space, including a rear extension, roof terrace, two-storey side extension and loft conversion. The new helical staircase creates a four-storey void filled with natural light.
Opening up internal walls between the common areas and orienting them toward the outdoors allowed a free-flowing layout for eating, studying and entertaining. New, enlarged spaces include a kitchen-dining room, vast lower-ground playroom, luxurious master suite and a full...
The original house was constructed in the early 1900’s. It was undersized, needed renovation and sat on a large plot. The rear garden wall was listed, the plot bounded Henry 8th Royal hunting grounds - Bushy Park - and it was located in the London Borough of Richmond.
The restoration and extension of an important listed 14th Century long house resulting in a new contemporary connection between house and garden. The carefully considered extension provides a light, bright kitchen and family living area which opens up on to the garden and countryside.
This Nash terraced house is a Grade I listed building in Central London with the Crown Estate as freeholder. The brief required complete refurbishment to adapt the historic building for a modern lifestyle.