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We completed a 100 m2 timber extension on a stunning rural property which looks out over the Oslo fjord. The design bar was set high as our client is an interiors photographer and had a very specific vision for how the property, inside and out, should look.
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.
Working closely with Tower Hamlets Conservation team, we rebuilt the C20th closet wing of this Grade 2 listed house in timber and glass, carefully providing long views through to the garden from the entrance hall. The garden was terraced down to give level access out from a new family room, which is roofed in one huge sheet of glass. A secret gate between the neighbouring gardens gives children and adults free reign between houses.
The project included a rear extension, complete internal refurbishment and new landscaping. Original internal partitions were removed to create flexible open plan living spaces. A new winding stair is finished in powder coated steel and oak. This compact stair results in significant additional useable floor area on each level.
This monochrome scheme was designed specifically to compliment a minimal contemporary interior style with the original features found in a classic Georgian London terrace. The use of contrast was extended to the furnishings, with the natural textures of the structured sofa and cotton rug juxtaposed with the clean lines of the contemporary chandelier and designer accessories.