Ile de Re
Our first international commission is this adorable holiday property on the island of Ile de Re, France. With classic arch windows and the retention of the beautiful old beams internally, we reoriented the kitchen to face the new pool and added bedrooms so the property can function for two families at a time.
This Tottenham ground floor extension opens the building up, connecting the front and rear rooms. Our client’s love of concrete has allowed a concrete blade wall through the house and concrete fins to filter the daylight from the new glazed ceiling.
This Stoke Newington extension shows off its structure with exposed joists, beams and columns. With no island, this is going to be a simple, light filled space with a fun Superfront kitchen feature.
Nestled in a beautiful woodland setting in Bromley, our client’s brief was for a yoga and music studio connected to the existing 1960s house. Entry to the funnel studio is via a metal finned bridge, once inside a square rooflight will make a blissful shaft of light down into the zen yoga space.
A crooked boundary line inspired an undulating rafter arrangement at this terrace property in Stoke Newington.
Our client’s brief to retain and brighten their existing kitchen sees a huge ‘up and over’ rooflight against the boundary wall. A ‘floating’ seat in front of the end window provides a light filled spot to sit almost in the garden.
Two large vaulted rooflights allow ample light into this large De Beauvoir conservation area property. Subtle brick details on the new double storey extension blend it in with the existing building.
This ambitious extension in Finchley sees a sunken courtyard to the basement level to direct light into the centre of this large house.
A curved ceiling ramps up to a huge rooflight in this Crouch End side extension while extensive natural oak joinery and flooring will create a rich internal palette.
Moody Blues House
This kitchen extension in Stoke Newington uses moody blue tones, dark concrete and exposed steels against washed timber and brickwork.
This basement proposal for a tall terrace property in Stoke Newington uses heavy concrete fins to filter daylight down into the basement living space and back through the plan.
Open Section House
This elegant, open design for this property in Stoke Newington opens up the existing house both on the ground floor and throughout the stair case.
This stripped back, light filled extension in Crystal Palace sees exposed brickwork run from the inside out, with extensive glazing including an ‘up and over’ rooflight running next to the boundary line.
This impressive double dwelling is getting a full refurbishment including a new stair that curves over the three levels with new steel glazed screens internally.
Two sloped roof forms fully clad in graphite zinc create a stepped rear extension in Stoke Newington. Light will filter in from the apex of each pavilion creating a dramatic timber clad ceiling volume internally.
Long Brick House
Beautiful long grey bricks make up this double storey extension to this property near the Chilterns in Seer Green. Extensive glazing and double height ceilings create an impressive volume with a bridge over to the master bedroom.
Little Hut House
Our client’s brief for a self-contained garden bedroom allowed us to explore a vaulted ziggurat roof form to achieve ample volume and daylighting to this private, independent space.
Detailed brickwork and bespoke timber French doors sit on the rear of this Highbury extension. Internally, birch ply joinery create a dining bench for the kitchen and bespoke loft layout.
Three timber clad pavilions link together for this new build in Harrow. The internal courtyard creates a central focus for the single storey plan.