This project consisted of a full restoration of a listed house in a conservation area. Our objective was to reinstate the traditional features of the four storey Georgian terrace back to its former quality. This entailed restoring architectural details, such as shutters, that would have existed in the original building.
Planning permission had to be achieved to make changes to the internal arrangement of rooms. The top floor now has a master suite with walk through wardrobes linking to a contemporary west-facing bathroom. We also secured planning and listed building approval for an additional 5th floor.
Contemporary furniture and lighting bring fresh flair to a classically stylish building. Pendant lights add an industrial edge to the dining room, organic raindrop lights bring expression to the minimal bathrooms and LED lighting highlights the niches and mirrors.
The inclusion of intelligent heating and IT systems bring modern technology to a classical home.
"We were able to achieve consent for an extra floor on top of the property. It is difficult to achieve planning for a listed building, however in the case of this property it was agreed that the additional floor would improve the overall appearance of the building.”
Chris Pring, Senior Architect
Photography by Patrick Jackson