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The Red House was originally the Holborn Union Offices and built in 1886 in the Queen Anne style. It has stunning ornate red brickwork. On a very tight budget, we were asked to do two things. Firstly, to bring some order to the kitchen, dining and living space and secondly, somehow, to create a gym, storage, dressing room and flexible space from the tiny second bedroom, which was to continue to be a bedroom.
Residential extension of kitchen and dining space, maximising light with an elegant design.
Longlisted for Don't Move, Improve! 2017.
Shortlisted for AJ Small Projects 2017 and the RIBA Regional Awards 2017.
Karl & Vanessa were moving from a large New York apartment to London. They had been living a lateral existence, all rooms on the same level, no steps and no stairs. They asked for a sense of their New York apartment in their new home, but there was only one catch… The house they were buying was a town house, over five floors, with steps in abundance.
David Nossiter Architects: Church Hill Barn, Suffolk
“David Nossiter Architects are the creative genius behind this stunning Suffolk barn conversion.” The Sunday Times
“Winner of best restoration in last year’s Sunday Times British Homes Awards, this 5,000 sq ft barn conversion by the London-based architect David Nossiter shows how cathedral-like spaces can be made liveable…” The Sunday Times
“To tackle an existing building like this, you have to take a forensic approach to create a piece of architecture within the existing structure. This is a prime example of someone knowing when to stop adding layers” Daily Telegraph Homebuilding &...