Victorian Townhouse in Hampstead, North-West London, NW3
planning permission : restoration : extension : interior design
: bespoke furniture
Having previously been split into flats, this four storey, Victorian
house offered disjointed accommodation and had lost its internal
period features. Our client wanted us to completely renew and update
the fabric of the house, remodelling and refurbishing the interior
in a modernist fashion, whilst maintaining and restoring the period
character of the Victorian façade.
Also specified in the brief, we were required to form a rear, ground-floor
extension supporting a roof terrace accessed from the first floor,
and to convert the attic into a children's playroom. This element
of the project required some negotiation with Camden Council before
we secured the planning permission.
After restructuring the floor plan to provide flexible spaces conducive
to a modern family lifestyle, we designed the interior fitout with
a luxury finish. We installed bespoke, handcrafted furniture, formed
in hardwood, and laid solid oak floors, throughout the house. Stone
tiling and worktops adorn the kitchen and bathrooms whilst the units
in the cleverly designed double bathroom boast a rich, walnut veneer.