Victorian Mews House in Notting Hill Gate, West London, W9





Halls | Stairways

Dining | Cooking

Resting | Relaxing

Bathing | Washing

Exteriors | Extensions



Victorian Mews House in Notting Hill Gate, West London, W9

restoration : interior design : bespoke furniture

Despite boasting well-preserved period features externally, the interior of this house had lost it's Victorian expression completely. Our client wanted to enhance this dichotomy by re-styling the accommodation with an uncompromisingly modernist scheme. The brief also asked for the floor plan to be remodelled to allow for more flexibility, the fabric of the property to be renewed and updated and the house fully refurbished.

We renovated the house, both internally and externally. Essential services and systems were modernised to create a state-of-the-art, energy-efficient house. Using solid oak for the floor and internal joinery, we established a high quality feel throughout. The stainless steel kitchen furniture was formed by specialist craftsmen to our design and promotes a futuristic feel. The sharp angles of the solid oak staircase are softened by the glass balustrade and contemporary lighting.

Meticulously designed to make best use of the space, the bathrooms benefit from a clean, streamlined treatment, featuring unexpected materials to augment the modernist feel. We designed the handcrafted furniture with a simple, minimalist finish to provide essential storage for this family home.

Tag Architects
14 Belsize Crescent
Belsize Park
London    NW3 5QU
Tel: 020 7431 7974

Chartered Practice:
Royal Institute of British Architects, Regulated by the Architects Registration Board.

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