Everything You Should Know About London-Town House

25 views

Neil Dusheiko Architects have recently completed a renovation of a victorian house in North London. The house has been built with traditional victorian bricks and the architects wanted to maintain the integrity and style of the building while adding a modern touch and feel. 

London Town-House

Source: neildusheiko.com

This meant using reclaimed victorian yellow bricks for the extension as well as reclaimed brick tiles for the floor. 

London Town-House interior

Source: neildusheiko.com

As you can see from the images, it was important to achieve an outside-in approach blurring the lines between the garden and the inside. This was achieved by installing large windows, a skylight with a sloping roof and a window seat area that overlooks the garden. All this retains a strong connection between the out and in. 

London Town-House interior

Source: neildusheiko.com

The window box seats, a perfect place for relaxing, overlooks the green garden. As it’s south-facing, this allows for the sun to shine through all year round. The window opens up 90 degrees and blurs the lines between the two areas. 

London Town-House

Source: neildusheiko.com

The kitchen has been fitted with wooden countertops and a bespoke breakfast table is a great centrepiece for the room. The table is removable and folds away easily, which allows space for a play area for children. For the outside as well as the reclaimed London brick, wood cladding has been used to add a touch of contemporary design

London Town-House exterior

Source: neildusheiko.com

Most Out of Your Closet Space
Get The Most Out of Your Closet Space with These...

If you reside in a very small home or small apartment, you recognize how precious...

Close