Extension and loft conversion to 1930s home
The clients’ brief for their 1930s house was to remodel the existing kitchen/ family living area,to provide better circulation and improved visual relationships to the garden. In addition, they wanted a sideways extension to achieve a comfortable “snug” space and improved utility and cloakroom facilities. A loft conversion to accommodate their expanding family needs, with the master bedroom suite moving upstairs was also on the wish list.
Our architect designed a white rendered ground floor extension achieved an open plan kitchen and breakfast room with a large corner window providing an uninterrupted view into the garden and terrace. A family room, accessed off the breakfast room, plus a new cloakroom and utility space, completed the brief with the external envelope of these elements being clad in horizontal oiled timber slats. The loft conversion forms a new ‘Dutch’ gable to an existing hipped roof, providing a bedroom and bathroom.
|Location||North Finchley, London|