While we, at Frank H. Stowell & Sons, usually tend to rework interiors than carry out exterior work, we now have performed our fair proportion of ADA ramps. With help from local designer Liz Biagini, they have reworked the existing extension to create a bright and airy kitchen-diner. He sacrificed a bedroom to move the toilet to the primary ground from downstairs, and used intelligent storage to profit from the available house.
The new design carries dynamic features like a new dynamic residing wall defending the eating room view from the neighbor’s house; and a door system opens an entire kitchen wall to the child friendly rear yard. The flooring, a continuation of the terrace flooring, give the feeling of extending the area, and thus bringing in a little bit of the recent air from the surface.
Other highlights of the thoughtfully designed floor plan embrace a cushty eating space and family room with high ceilings and sliding doors opening to the yard. On the primary floor, the ceiling was lowered on the rear of the property to allow for a new study and external roof terrace to be formed at second floor degree, which captures the perfect views of the town.
Architectural practice Thompson + Baroni has up to date this tired home in south-west London to create heat, open plan spaces, complete with a present-stopping stainless-steel and oak open tread staircase at the centre. The makeover of a rickety 70’s home on steep lot in Ashbury Heights resulted in a contemporary light-crammed aerie with vast-open expanses of glass capturing views and bringing in natural mild.
The variously two- and three-storey terrace – dubbed Bougainvillea Row House – was designed for a movie director and his family. Villa with 3 bedrooms, Wc, kitchen, lounge and terrace. Claridge Architects got here on board to attract up the 10m² plans for their new extension and, with lots of expertise working with Victorian terraced houses, were fast to realise Corina and Franco’s imaginative and prescient.