House in Hampstead
Unsympathetic additions to this Grade II listed Georgian house since the 1960s have been swept away to bring a new clarity and coherence. A large, bright main living space – which belies the relatively small scale of the house – has given the house a new heart. Smaller rooms around this space make it work happily as a family home.
Spaces open into each other – and out into the garden. The delight of a London garden is enjoyed from carefully organised windows and also from an upper outdoor terrace.
Waxed birch ply and oak – all finished to perfection – were chosen to line the stairs, floors, walls and ceiling.
The project has been shortlisted for a 2015 Camden Design Award.