Mews House in Hampstead Village London, NW3
Mews House in Hampstead Village
planning permission : restoration : extension : interior design : bespoke furniture
This 1960s end-of-terrace townhouse, was built with small rooms and low ceilings, lending it a cramped and gloomy feel. Working within a limited budget, our brief was to remodel and extend the accommodation to create a well illuminated, spacious family house. After securing planning permission from Camden Council, our alterations began.
Our main architectural intervention was a glazed, three-storey atrium which invites the natural light into the centre of the house, reviving the character of the building. Discreet frames around the glazing and delicate railings lining the walkways and bespoke staircase, encourage a light and airy feel. We converted the attic into a master bedroom and en-suite bathroom and opened the floor plan to create a more relaxed flow through the house.
We thoroughly updated the property inside and out, renewing essential services and systems and ensuring the house is energy efficient in-line with new building regulations. Whilst working within the limitations of the project budget, we finished the interior to a quality standard, creating a contemporary look and feel.