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Notting Hill House​

The scheme for this project involved the remodelling and extension of a semi-detached Victorian villa to create a bright and spacious family home. The general refurbishment included excavation of the existing lower storey to provide generous ceiling heights and to bring in additional natural light to improve the quality of the key living spaces. Enlarged […]

St Johns Wood House

This project involved the re-amalgamation and extension of an existing semi-detached Victorian villa, that had previously been carved up into two separate flats. A minimal palette of materials was chosen for throughout the house, a pale oak herringbone floor on the upper levels, and a cast in-situ power floated concrete floor at the lower levels. […]

Cotswold House

Located on the edge of an historic Cotswold village, the aim of this project was to unpick a series of poorly laid out and unsympathetic piecemeal extensions, and stitch together the remaining pieces of the original house to create a coherent design. The resulting cruciform plan creates four distinct outdoor spaces between the house and […]

Seaside House

We were commissioned to design a new home to replace an existing dilapidated 1950’s house.  The design had to take full advantage of the exquisite setting between the sea to the south and the South Downs to the north.  As well as a strong connection to the outdoors we wanted to give the house a […]

Listed Holland Park Villa

This 4-storey Grade II listed Victorian home was revived through the insertion of a double storey atrium, and the reconfiguration and rationalisation of a series of later (20th c.) extensions. Formerly dark and unloved rooms were transformed by bringing light into them from above, and through a renewed connection to the rear garden by way […]