Extension to a semi-detached terraced house within The Dulwich Estate, London
E2 Architecture + Interiors Ltd
Our Downs Park Road project revolved around the addition of a single storey dining room extension to the rear of a two bedroom Victorian terrace maisonette. The ground floor was completely refurbished in order to galvanise the extension to the rest of the floor plan at this level. The new dining area helped to unlock the potential of the rest of the living spaces and allowed the property’s kitchen to breathe for the first time. The design of the extension centred around the garden design’s existing diagonal axis, with a cantilevered roof creating on open corner sliding door arrangement that would reinforce the connection between the internal and external.
Q Design House
Green, marble and brass are combined to create this eye catching guest WC
Spratley & Partners
A robust, modern, riverside home with minimalist detailing that blends seamlessly into the surroundings. The home is used as a year-round weekend retreat for a family with children and as such they wanted it to be private and offer a sense of escape and freedom. The clients wanted it to be a low maintenance, energy efficient home making use of natural materials. Clad with innovative treated timber, the house nestles harmoniously into its rural, riverside setting; making the most of its context, orientation and views while minimising any impact on the surrounding area. Two opposing blocks, forming a 'T' shape in plan, taper up in height towards the river to the east and fields to the south and define the internal spaces. The open-plan living, kitchen and dining areas benefit from fully-glazed sliding doors set in a deep reveal to the south which maximises light and provides shelter above. Large windows look out over the river and a raised, cantilevered deck wraps around the east and south elevations, creating an extension to the internal space that bleeds out into the landscape beyond.