The Douglas House was designed, in many ways, from the inside out: we took the absolute limits of permitted development rules in terms of what we could achieve in increasing the volumes on Ground and Second Floors and then re-shaped
Our clients live in East London, close to their extended families and desired a space in which to eat, drink and be merry. We proposed extensions at ground floor to the rear …
Unusually, the rear wing of this Edwardian terraced house faced onto the blank side wall of the adjacent house, leaving a narrow corridor-like external space which served only to bring light into the rear reception room.
The client’s aim was to create a contemporary two storey extension to a historic family home, offering flexible spaces, whilst ensuring the addition fit sympathetically within its context.
London Courtyard House is situated within a prominent conservation area in South West London close to the River Thames. The original house was architect designed at the beginning of the 20th Century.
This project involved the remodelling of an existing detached family house on the Dulwich Estate. As part of the works a new basement was constructed.