Bartholomew Rd (1)
This was a typical extension design challenge in a Conservation Area. It proved navigable through close design cooperation with the client and a reasonable approach from the Camden planning officer.
This project adapting and extending a listed house in KT is current. It features a ground floor artist’s studio extending into the garden and a first floor extension of the galley kitchen to form a dining area overlooking the garden.
Planning consent was granted in April 2015. The project is set to go ahead later in 2015.
The rear of the house is in the heart of a block of varied history. The need to respond to time past was a significant design and planning concern. At the same time, clear expression of the changed relationship between interior and exterior which marks our time compared to the 18thC or 19thC guided our design thinking.
This roof extension for a journalist and novelist was to serve as a workspace and separate bedroom.
The views and north light were important factors in establishing a work environment. Costs were extremely pared down.