This delight detached house is located in Barnet. We were approached by the client to solve the needs of space which resulted in the expansion of the internal space to a rear extension and to create a more suitable kitchen displacement and dining space. New fittings were proposed and efficiently built on this project. Daylight efficiency was something that was missing on the existing corner of the house, so to increase this factor we proposed a roof light on the proposed extension and sliding doors to its corner, creating an interesting connection of access from the interior of the house to the outdoors. All materials used served to meet with the existing textures and characteristics of this dwelling.
This property is a semi-detached Edwardian house with a rear single-storey extension. The briefing for this project was to arrange the internal space using modern guides that could open the available area.
The reorganisation of the internal walls and the proposed side extension has the determination to create a bigger communal area, to be more connected with the outdoors, inviting more natural light, improving the domestic character of this family house.
The property is located within the residential area of the Borough of Haringey, London. A two-bedroom, ground floor flat has benefited from a side extension containing a new kitchen with an elegant glass ceiling. This allowed the old space to be used as an additional bedroom. The existing brick wall has been retained to maintain the character of the building, while the grey metal roof structure contrasted the traditional materials . The lack of external wall area prompted to incorporate a glazed roof to provide natural lighting for the space.
Our brief was to create single/double storey side and rear extension. The ground floor was upgraded and remodelled to provide a spacious and contemporary, free flowing living space which opens out to a modern living area.
The property is located in a residential area in Edgware in London and proposes a part single,part two- storey rear and side extension as well as a loft conversion to increase living space.
By meeting modern demands for increased open living space, the approach was to maintain ,the residential family-orientated character of this area. Careful measures were taken to ensure sufficient light penetration to optimise the living conditions of the space through the introduction of roof lights in the loft.