This project involved the design of alterations and addition to an existing Edwardian house of some historical significance. The idea of the house was organised around finding a compatible but distinctive relationship between the existing interior and the new addition. This was achieved through the use of a common materiality contrasting black brick for the new against red brick in the old. via
The pitched external roof forms, a requirement of stringent Heritage guidelines, were expressed as “twin peaked” gable ends that aligned directly with the with the double valley hip roof of the existing house.