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The Gentleman Architect - Ewelme Road

The Gentleman Architect

A full refurbishment of this double fronted Victorian House in Forest Hill. Replacing a dated and cramped rear extension with a new open and bright kitchen and dining room extension.

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A copper-clad extension compliments the red brick of this late Victorian property in south London, whilst creating a design statement that is distinctively modern. Sliding glass panels create a seamless connection between indoors and outdoors, allowing for the opening up of the dining room into a garden room (weather permitting, of course!)

Shortlisted for NLA’s Don’t Move, Improve! award 2019

Word from the architect

This was a great collaboration between us and the clients. With a garden sloping steeply we need an open jewellery box of a scheme that looked as good from above as from within.