The client received an inheritance for a small detached home in London. The house needed extensive renovations and additions as it hadn't been updated in 30 years.
The extensions were created to take full advantage of permitted development laws, which eliminated the need for planning permission.
On the ground floor and in the loft, there are modern additions. The kitchen had an addition on the ground floor, complete with a flat roof and lantern. The room and garden are connected by large sliders at the back.
The permitted development allowance was utilised to its fullest extent by the loft extension.
The entire building was renovated, resulting in a three-story, light and airy property.
rear view extension
main living space
kitchen and dining space