Crouch End Roof Conversion

Crouch End Roof Conversion, North London Dormer Extension, Property Renewal

Crouch End Roof Conversion

Expansion of Top Floor Apartment in North London – design by JaK Studio

27 Apr 2018

Crouch End Roof Flat Conversion

Design: JaK Studio, Architects

Location: Crouch End, London N8, England, UK

Crouch End Roof Conversion

JaK Studio reimagine the Victorian ‘loft conversion’ to form new two-storey extension

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JaK Studio create unique loft conversion in large Victorian property by adding a new dormer extension to form a dramatic two-storey cathedral-esque space.

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JaK Studio has reworked the traditional ’loft conversion’ in Crouch End, North London, by extending a top floor apartment in a Victorian building, creating a roof dormer to dramatically increase the overall volume of the apartment. Designed for a young couple, the design breaks up the attic floor to create the dormer which offers the cathedral-esque space in the main living area.

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The double-height floor-to-ceiling glazing measures at 5.5m high filling the room with light and leading out to a small terrace through sliding folding doors, providing views over North London and Alexandra Palace.

William Deleporte, Project Architect from Jak Studio, said: “Traditionally, clients normally approach us to extend their roof space to squeeze in extra kids bedrooms, but Mandy and Ivan (the owners) were not your average client. Myself being from Paris, we drew reference to the classic Artist Lofts in the city. Using this as inspiration, we created some ideas for them and they were drawn to a dramatic vertical space straight away. It’s not something you tend to see in London as most people go for the increased floor space over height. This has got to be one of our favorite extensions yet and we could definitely see this type of conversion being more common in London in the near future.”

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While the external appearance of the extension is a combination zinc roof and timber cladding, its internal decoration features exposed brickwork, bare concrete wall and distressed copper finishes, giving an industrial touch to the loft. A timber paddle staircase and two concrete chimney breasts frame this immense space and act as focal points. Upstairs is the new master bedroom with en-suite and terrace with panoramic views.

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Crouch End Roof Apartment Conversion – Building Information

Architect: JaK Studio
Structural Engineers: Car Ltd
Approved Inspectors: Salus AI
Main contractor: Joakim O’Connor

Suppliers:
Kitchen Supplier & Subcontractor: Sola Kitchens
Decorative Artist: John Harragon

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Photographer: Francesco Russo http://www.russofrancesco.com/

JaK Studio

JaK Studio is an award-winning RIBA chartered practice of architects and designers based in London and Sarajevo. The Studio’s work is bound together by big ideas and progressive concepts regardless of their size. Led by partners Jacob Low and Kenan Klico, recent projects include the Listening Project Booth for BBC Radio 4, Salon 64, Villa Brash in Saint Tropez, and London’s first ‘Invisible House’.
www.jakstudio.co.uk

Crouch End Roof Conversion images / information from JaK Studio, 270418

Location:Crouch End, London N8 9JJ




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