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Asymmetrical Extensions


A victorian detached single family dwelling with a rare flemish inspired front façade and a convenient South West London location received a sleek modern ground floor and loft extension.


The property was acquired by a private client, a family of four with the intention to fully refurbish, extend and remodel internal spaces. A new home office was designed in the annexe loft extension with a fully glazed rear elevation and a mesmerising view overlooking mature trees in the garden. The ground floor extension provided a grand space for open plan kitchen and an adjacent laundry room.


The client had a clear idea of interior design that was translated into drawings. Internal layouts were drawn up to provide natural light into all rooms while proposing a central utility/room on the ground floor plan. Ground floor and Loft extensions were designed, selecting external materials to merge with existing structure appearance.


After an intense discussion with the local council, planning permission was secured. It appears to be the largest one permitted within the adjoining area to-date. Both extensions’ most noticeable feature is a profile of the roofs – a variation of each other and the roofline of the host terrace as well.

Asymmetrical Extensions
Asymmetrical Extensions
Asymmetrical Extensions

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