CONTEMPORARY HOUSE RENOVATION AND EXTENSION CROUCH END NORTH LONDON New aluminium sliding folding doors span the full width of the garden extension and a structural glass fixed rooflight also spanning across the extension both combine to maximise daylight within the newly created kitchen and dining area connecting the space seamlessly to the garden when doors are opened fully. London Architects and Interior Designers www.crawfordpartnership.co.uk
Set back from the road on a generous plot screened by mature trees and hedgerow, this modest chalet bungalow has been transformed into a modern family home. Two small single storey extensions and a roof extension create a generous amount of space at both ground and first floor, including a large boutique style bedroom with ample storage and master en-suite. At ground floor the rooms are spacious and light, with an open plan kitchen, dining and living area to the rear. Full height glazing and…
Remodelling project on 1960s estate house in Hampshire. The design reduced the palette of materials and introduced multiple shallow mono pitched roofs, aluminium windows, Cedar cladding and rendered elevations.
Tom Allen has recently renovated this tired 1950’s house in West Bridgford, transforming it into a contemporary home. The house had barely been touched since it was built in the late 1950’s and had been empty for over 3 years when he acquired it a couple of years ago. In addition to project managing the Continue Reading »