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Kentish Town 2006

 

Connecting the various ground floor spaces and opening them up to the garden was at the heart of the brief to transform a Victorian house in Kentish Town, London.

 

This was achieved by constructing a glass-roofed infill extension in conjunction with extensive structural alterations.
A bespoke kitchen combines lacquered doors with cherrywood worktops and an island clad with stainless steel.

 

Refurbishment and improvement works also included a new first-floor bathroom plus parquet flooring throughout the ground floor rooms.

 

Contractor: Fiske Interiors
Structural engineer: Osborne Edwards
Photographer: Gareth Gardner

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