Our clients asked us to transform a very dilapitated north London house is to a vibrant eclectic space where they could work and live as a famliy. We thought about how to interconnect different spaces in the house, to allow different activities to relate socially. A new double height space provides this connection, allowing conversations between the office, the sitting room and the kitchen. When privacy is required, a series of sliding doors creating the separation that every family space and workspace requires.
The project uses a palette of materials ranging from exposed steel structure, birch ply joinery and repurposed bricks, harvested from the deconstruction phase.
Architect : A-Zero Architects
Giles Bruce, Mizue Katayama
Structural Design: Fordham Consulting
Contractor : Blero Ltd
Approved Inspector : PWC
Kitchen : HOLTE
Steps : A&A Bespoke Furniture
Photography : Agnese Sanvito
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