A rich material palette of tiles (3D and 2D), concrete, timber and earthy colours create a textured, light-filled, modern architecture that re-orientates the home towards the garden.
A grand house in a Conservation Area is elegantly extended and refurbished using black brick, porcelain tile, white-oiled larch and olive green laminated timber panels.
The brief for this apartment full refurbishment required 2 bedrooms with ensuite facilities and an open plan kitchen, dining, living space that made the most of every square inch of the property’s modest footprint.
An innovative angular, aluminium-clad rear extension and house refurbishment in Wandsworth, South London. In response to the site geometry triangulated steelwork creates a dramatic roof form.
A post-war end of terrace house has been completely refurbished and extended with a contemporary loft and a modern rear extension by its architect owner.
A full-width contemporary rear extension and loft conversion to a double fronted house in Dulwich, South London.
A new-build house built to Passivhaus standards on a small site next to a magnificent Oak Tree.
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.
"The judges enjoyed how this simple addition transformed the sense of space and connected the areas of the house with each other and the garden. A beautifully understated and generous home!"
An eco-home using Cross Laminated Timber construction designed to Lifetime Home Standards.
A full refurbishment and rear / side extension project to a substantial semi-detached house in Herne Hill, South London.
A suite of aligned rooms, an ‘enfilade’, culminate in an articulated extension with a warm material palette of brick and timber.
This end-of-terrace house sits on a triangular plot and had an unusual original layout. We were approached with a brief to make a modern family house which somehow connected better to the small constrained rear garden.
A split level office space has been converted to residential use under Permitted Development. The unit has been split into a ground floor studio flat and a first floor one-bed unit with mezzanine, both with their own front door.
A modern, highly glazed loft conversion forms the centre piece of this house refurbishment in Clapham Old Town.
Office to Residential conversion creating a one-bed and a two-bed House, Clapham Common, South London.
A new-build timber clad housing scheme on a constrained site in between Harrow and Wembley in the London Borough of Brent.
Using Permitted Development we proposed a modern rear extension to a typical 1930s terraced house in South London.
A contemporary wrap-around rear and side in-fill extension to this end of terrace house in Abbeville Road Village, SW4.
A contemporary rear extension and loft renovation to a 1930's semi-detached house in East Dulwich, South London.