This renewed Edwardian House respects its architectural past, minimizes invasive demolition and offers fun, bright atmospheres to help today’s youthful home owners juggle their family and lifestyle needs.
Presented with an Edwardian house wrapped in a stoic 1990s renovation, the conversation quickly turned to what to keep, re-use or remove. The natural response was to demolish and start again, but with strong bones
A young married couple approached us for a complete overhaul of an Edwardian house in the bayside suburb of Brighton East. While the corner location and external charm of the house were intact …
Cornerstone House project is an extensive refurbishment, rear extension and landscaping works to o large terraced house in North London. Responding to a brief to modernise the historic house, Merrett Houmøller has reorganised the domestic layout and removed floors and walls.
The Molesworth Street house is a renovation and extension to a freestanding Edwardian period home in Kew.
The design was lead by the Edwardian character of the original Elgin house and it was important that the new addition carried through this sensibility. The owners were wanting to create a relaxed family home, that both spoke of their life in Australia but also reflected back to time spent living in the UK.