Elevated House occupies a semi-detached property, which is elevated above the back garden due to the topography of the land.
The house is transformed by adding a new volume to the back and by creating an open plan living space.
The new living pavilion continues outside, forming an open terrace that gradually descends down into the garden as a monolithic
Bethge House occupies a Victorian terrace house set within a large mature garden.
An existing rear single storey extension with a low ceiling occupied a utility room, disconnecting the kitchen from the garden.
The client requirement was to bring more light into the existing kitchen and provide a better connection with the garden, while retaining the
A new volume is added to the back of the house to form a continuation of the living space.
This garden extension accommodates a sitting area overlooking the garden and new court, and a bathroom pushed up against the boundary to maximise the connectivity with the existing living space.
The extension defines a new open court to its side, splitting the
Hinton Mews housing scheme is located on an overgrown, steeply sloping site, set back from the road.
The green overgrown nature of the site resonates the character of a secret garden.
Simple architectural interventions transform the site.
The garden is lifted up to slot the houses beneath it.
The footprint is cranked towards the south for solar gains
Rotherfield Mews housing scheme is located on a circular landlocked site.
Its jagged boundary is defined by back gardens and series of garages peppered around the site.
The proposed layout of the site is informed by its surrounding context.
An east-west axis continues an existing route from the main street.
The proposed scheme accommodates a row of