Residential ArchitectureRenovation ProjectsRadical Remodel and Renovation to a Mid-Terraced House in London

Radical Remodel and Renovation to a Mid-Terraced House in London

Radical Remodel and Renovation to a Mid-Terraced House in London

Project: Pink House / Radical remodel and renovation
Architect / Interior Architect: Oliver Leech Architects
Interior Design: Juliet O’Carroll
Structural Engineer: Momentum Structural Engineers
Principal Contractor: Sutton Construction
Basement Contractor: Structural London
Location: North Kensington, London
Completed 2020
Photography: © Ståle Eriksen

Radical remodel and renovation to a mid-terraced house, including basement, rear and side extensions, and loft extension.

The Victorian terraced house was in poor condition so required a full overhaul back to its bare bones. A basement dug under the existing house provides new accomodation including a kitchenette, bedrooms and cinema room. Ground floor extensions provide a bright new kitchen and dining space with improvement connection and views to the garden. At loft level a new extension provides an additional bedroom.

Radical Remodel and Renovation to a Mid-Terraced House in London

The design celebrates natural materials, leaving plastered walls unpainted and steelwork exposed showing a depth of character and richness that permeates through the house.

dining area, Oliver Leech Architects

living area, Oliver Leech Architects

bedroom, Oliver Leech Architects

bathroom, Oliver Leech Architects

Radical Remodel and Renovation to a Mid-Terraced House in London

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