Dusheiko House is a radical remodelling of a Victorian terrace house in North London. As it is a home for my family, it was a chance to experiment with space and materiality and to explore ideas about what “home making” meant to us.
Tim Crocker is a photographer of architecture based in London, United Kingdom.
The Petersen Brick House project has a similar context to our Brackenbury House. The extension sits on a corner of an end of terrace house and is a substantial remodelling and extension to provide accommodation for a family of four.
The Curated Home embraces the ordinary language of the Victorian vernacular and contemporary design to create an extra-ordinary home for our clients, their children and their home run business in Balham, South London.
Our clients found the original Edwardian layout of their new home with it’s dark interiors and cellular, disconnected spaces hard to reconcile with their desire for light filled, free flowing spaces with a bold design and connection to the garden.
Raw concrete, brick, timber, metal and light formed the underlying material pallet from our clients brief. Through a series of structural alterations this Victorian property was extended and opened out to form an elegant and light filled space enhanced by exposing and expressing the construction materials that are usually hidden or covered.
Located in east London, Nook house is a family home that has been renovated and extended by local studio Mustard Architects. Project description: Nooks and crannies permeate and define the extension and refurbishment of this terraced house. Through a series of structural alterations we formed a series of elegant, open plan and light filled spaces […]