The project involves the reconfiguration of the ground floor, recladding of an existing rear extension and the complete re-landscaping of the front and rear garden of a mid-terraced family home.
The previously awkward, cellular layout has been opened up to create new living, kitchen, dining and play area, maximising the existing footprint without extending the property any further. A central piece of cabinetry acts as a threshold space, which together with a shift in the ceiling height, helps to define each area and create flexibility for a young family.
Bespoke solid elm-fronted joinery maximises space and neatly conceals the stair, utility room, WC and appliance worktop. A bespoke bead-blasted stainless steel sink, worktop and splashback offers a sleek counterpoint to the wild solid ash panelling.
Existing uPVC bifold doors are to be replaced with stained solid oak triple glazed doors, and the existing unsightly rooflights concealed with Japanese washi paper screens. These provide a diffused light which falls on the unpainted clay plaster walls.
Currently on site due to complete in Spring 2024.