Called Hoxton House, the project involved reconfiguring the interior and connecting it to the small courtyard garden through the addition of a glazed facade with timber frame. Part of the living room floor was removed at the rear of the house to create a double-height kitchen and dining area in the basement. via

A two-storey cruciform façade is engineered from timber and structurally bonded double glazing doors and windows. A white kitchen and concrete floor are offset with natural materials and warm brick hues in the small courtyard, which was also refashioned by the architects.