Split-Level Family Home Renovation in South London

Split-Level Family Home Renovation in South London

Project: Split-Level Family Home Renovation
Architects: Thomas & Spiers Architects
Location: Dulwich, South London, United Kingdom
Lead Architects: Emily Seymour-Taylor
Area 238.5 m2
Project Year 2017
Photography: James Whitaker, Billy Bolton, Emily Seymour-Taylor

Tactile House is a beautiful split-level family home in Dulwich, completed in June 2017. The project was for a ground floor rear extension, loft conversion and internal alterations throughout.

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The ground floor spaces are defined by a varied playground of textures and materials for interactive family living. Painted steel beams, exposed brick, plywood, and rope screens create specific areas for playing, relaxing and eating whilst keeping a feeling of connected space. These areas spill out through steel framed doors and windows to the raised terraced and planting beds before falling towards the garden.

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The upper floors are reconfigured to open up bedrooms and bathrooms with a focus on shaping modern and clear interiors. Unique features, such as the reading nook in the upstairs loft, provide spaces to relax with natural light and joinery for handy storage.

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It was great to work so closely with the clients on their project to create a beautiful, unconventional and warm-hearted family home.

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