The substantial refurbishment and extension of a 1930s semi-detached house in North London.
The stepping rear and side extensions were developed as a simple geometric response to planning constraints. A series of large square windows and doors are set perpendicularly across the site, framed in deep brick reveals. These prompt diagonal views across the different activities of the internal space and out into the garden beyond.
Crittal doors that were removed from the existing house during the works were re-used in the interior.