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A modern rear extension and refurbishment to a Victorian lower ground floor flat in Hackney, East London. A new garden pavilion with anodised aluminium slimline glazing transforms the internal relationship with the large rear garden.
Listed home refurbishment, extension, and conversion of an outbuilding and creation of glazed link.
The Grade II Listed property built as 2 mirrored flint cottages had undergone several revisions most significantly becoming a single dwelling in the mid-late 19th Century and the addition of a bay window. When the property became the Vicarage in 1925 a flat roofed extension was added to the original west cottage. The outbuilding lying along the road was also altered considerably over the years, from being a stable to a garage.
The vision was to...
The apartment had not ben touched since the 1970’s, with green shag-pile carpets throughout – even in the bathroom, a sunken bath and flock wallpaper. The flat was devoid of period detail and felt undersized and heavy. Our brief was to modernise the apartment, open it up and make it feel light, and put the period detail back where appropriate.
The project involved the extension of the lower ground floor of a Victorian terraced house on Farleigh Road. The clients wanted to expand the lower ground floor level to create a more sociable space centred around the kitchen (one of them used to be a chef so much of life centres around cooking and entertaining).
A three-sided glass-box addition to a Grade II-listed house replaces a poorly used 1980s annex, easing flow around the house and garden with rear glazing and a glass floor. The glass cuts across the floor of a new glass study on the upper ground, creating sightlines to the enhanced kitchen/diner below. A skylight echoing the study floor increases natural light. The listed Georgian brick now serves as a feature wall between the study and reception rooms, and can be viewed from the garden through the uninterrupted glazing.
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...