A classic four-room bungalow retains its original period frontage whilst the rear has been redefined as a new two storey pavilion providing space and liveability for a family to gather and entertain. A small north-facing courtyard brings physical separation between old and new and captures northern sunlight for the main living spaces.
Externally the architectural form of the additions echo the roof pitch of the old house and are barely discernible from the street. Internally the house embraces its new generous volume using an elegant material palette reflecting the personality of its owners.
Builder: Tazman Constructions
Structural & Civil Engineer: E2 Civil and Structural Design
Interiors: in collaboration with client
Photography: Simon Whitbread