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Photographer – Todd Sutherland
Lindi Reynolds Interior Design
De Rosee Sa
De Rosee Sa have designed a new-build house on the site of a former garage in West London. The site is narrow and deep, located between terraced gardens on one side and a row of 16 lock-up garages on the other. The clients lived across the road and originally bought the site to prevent it from being developed by an aggressive developer. A few years later, our clients realised there was an opportunity to build a new house on the site in a sensitive manner. They decided to develop the site themselves with a design-led brief. Planning policy restricted any development to a single storey building. In response, we proposed a basement at the rear of the site to meet the brief for a two-bedroom house. Windows in the the boundary wall were not possible due to existing boundary walls and privacy issues. In response to this, our design proposed three courtyards and roof lights throughout to draw light into the house. An open-plan corridor runs the length of the house, and the main living spaces come off this circulation space, so the atmosphere is open, simple and bright. The interior spaces give onto the new courtyards through steel and glass ‘Crittal’ style doors, providing long, internal views. Western red cedar battens clad the courtyard walls and pass inside to clad the small rooms (study, cloakroom, utility), adding a tactile element to the interiors. Granite setts are used in the external courtyards to complement the natural materials.
Sarah Ross Design
The kitchen space is not huge but has everything you need and is great for entertaining. The space is flooded with light. Photo:James Balston
Oasys Property Solutions
Square Feet Architects
Martins Camisuli Architects
Refurbishment of the complete house was required to bring a more contemporary feel to this property.
Completion Interior Design & Architecture
KITCHEN. When our client purchased this property, it had been in the previous owners family for 200 years. This meant that despite generous room sizes, the interior was very dated. One of the most dramatic changes was the removal of a half-height brick wall which originally divided the kitchen into two spaces. New parquet flooring was installed in the kitchen and the old, heavy wooden windows were also removed and replaced by crittall style black framed windows. The property was then redecorated throughout using dramatic wallpapers and strong colours to compliment the client's eclectic style.
Tom St Aubyn
Framing the tall units in the lighter wood effect laminate, which then also runs across the top of the tall & wall units, makes the kitchen feel nicely nestled in the space. Whilst also hiding softening off the depth of the tall bank of units.. Photography Philip Cooper
Kitchen Connection of Ascot (KCA)
A bespoke Davonport kitchen designed and installed by KCA for our client in London.
LOUD Architecture & Interior Design
Richard & Richard's D&IS Ltd
Sarah Bee Photography
Bespoke Leather Banquette Seating