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Taking advantage of the generous eaves height of a neighbouring extension to the east, and adhering to the more constrained height limitations to the west, the site leant itself to a dramatic pitched roof profile.
The project was born of the clients initial brief to create a new enlarged dining area, and a more integrated relationship between the house and its expansive rear garden. The design sought to engage the constraints of the surrounding conservation area to meet these objectives, while identifying opportunities to make maximum use of the available footprint....
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.
PAD studio was appointed to complete a series of conversions on this well-known Georgian farm into luxury ‘farm-stay’ holiday accommodation, ensuring the long-term viability of this award winning organic farm. Farming operations will continue, housed in several other buildings on the site.
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.
A house in a conservation area has been remodelled to create a light filled basement with pop-up cinema, sky lit bathrooms plus a curved brick wall tying the old to new.
*Winner AJ Retrofit Awards 2016 - House over £500K
*Shortlisted New London Architecture - Don't Move Improve! 2016
The remodelling and extension of a 1950s house located on a steeply sloping site, creating a contemporary new glazed and oak louver-clad extension to the front, alongside new open plan spaces throughout which make the most of views across the valley to the rear.