Photos from our St. John’s Wood project from last summer. Giles had worked on this house 10 years ago, and we were asked back to reconfigure the interior, creating a new kitchen / dining area and study space. We worked with an excellent joiner – Rob Berry, who we would highly recommend.
Our Willesden Junction project is virtually complete. The original house has been fully refurbished and extended with an infill extension to the side. We thought a lot about the glazing around this extension, the rhythm of light in the space, and the transparency of the corners. The iroko wrap-around emphasises this relationship, whilst providing integrated down lighters over the full width bi-fold doors. More internal photographs to follow….
We have lodged planning for a house in Northwood. The building, was originally built as a school, and the organisation of spaces internally is very unconventional. The proposal is to work with the language of the original school building, introducing a series of garden facing roof elements which draw on the materiality and pitch of the original roofs, but are clearly different in their expression.
First part of the build is in – all the piles are down. Not very much to look at, but it has generated a phenomenal amount of muck and dirt. Next stage is the joys of below ground drainage….
Things are almost wrapping up on our Willesden Junction project – the resin floor is down, the wrap around roof-light is in, the MVHR is running, the joinery is happening… almost there…