This Victorian double fronted terrace had been renovated a number of times over its life and hence developed a confusion of styles in its aesthetic. Our approach was to stripped back the layers and added a new extension with a verdant landscaped garden to create a unified design.
Designed for a couple, the house doesn’t require separation between the public areas and private. Instead, it consists of two living zones, primary and secondary, delineated by details and ceiling treatments – creating a separation between period and modern.
With all the layers stripped back, the period details are restored with custom-designed round plaster cornices and rounded double-opening doorways.