Giles Pike Architects designs timber-clad house for a tiny plot
A narrow window extending almost to the apex of this timber-clad house in southwest London introduces natural light into its compact interior
Amerland Road | Giles & Pike Architects
The prospect of building a small stand-alone new house on this very restricted garage plot seemed like an improbability until we started to explore...
London-based architects with project all over the capital
RIBA accredited architectural practice working in Central, West and South London with 30 years experience in the residential, commercial and development sectors
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Studio 1 Architects adds brick extension and large window to London home
Studio 1 Architects added this brick extension with a large window to a Victorian house in London, creating a light-filled seating area lined in ash slats
Whistler Street successfully overcomes the typical challenge of extending the closet wing of a Victorian Terrace with the introduction of a large glazed rooflight and steel framed garden doors that bring light and space into the kitchen and dining room. The previously cramped and narrow kitchen is opened up and texture and colour is added by the exposure and restoration of the brick garden wall.