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8 Dec 2017
Highgate Hill Townhouse
Design: LLI Design
Highgate Townhouse Property first floor
photo from LLI Design

Highgate Hill Townhouse
Winner in the Interior Design, London category – UK Property Awards 2017-18. LLI Design recently completed a total redesign and refurbishment of a 7 storey townhouse in Highgate, a leafy and desirable part of London.

15 Aug 2017
Hilltop House, Kingston-upon-Thames
Architects: Coupdeville
Hilltop House
photograph : Simon Kennedy

New Teddington House
Commissioned in 2012, the architecture studio were asked to design a five bedroom house on a large 0.26 acre single plot, while retaining the existing building.

Fairfax House, Teddington, South West London
Architects: Coupdeville
Fairfax House
photograph : Simon Kennedy

New Teddington House – 11 Aug 2017
The proposal is for a contemporary dwelling that is based on a series of banded layers, that allow for a light filled interior and a dynamic and interesting external appearance.

24 Mar 2017
Oak Hill House, Hampstead, North London
Design: Claridge Architects
Oak Hill House
photograph : Simon Kennedy

New Hampstead House
Shou Sugi Ban, a UK based manufacturer of charred timber products, has selected Kebony, to create a distinctive modified timber cladding using the ancient Japanese techniques of burning, brushing or pre-weathering timber to provide a long-lasting and beautiful wood.

Flipping Property Prices in London – 27 Nov 2016

House of Trace
Design: Tsuruta Architects
House of Trace
photo : Tim Croker

House of Trace
A beautiful and unconventional extension to a London terraced house designed by Tsuruta Architects has been awarded the 2016 Stephen Lawrence Prize.

Madeira Residence, Bromley, south east London
Design: Rado Iliev Architect
Madeira Residence by Rado Iliev
photograph : Assen Emilov

New Residence in Bromley – 2 Jan 2016

Newington Green Road Property, north east London
Architects: NK Architects
Newington Green House
image : Robin Hayes

Newington Green Road House – 5 Nov 2015

Mayfair House – 16 Sep 2013
Design: Squire and Partners, Architects
Mayfair House
photo : Gareth Gardner

The contemporary interpretation of leaves are crafted as a metallic shingle, which cover a three storey elevation and rooftop pavilion. The PPC coated folded aluminium leaves – 4,080 in total – subtly vary in tones of bronze to mimic organic growth patterns. The concept was designed over a three year period of research and development working closely with Swiss manufacturer Tuchschmid.

Church Walk Houses, North London – 10 Sep 2013
Design: David Mikhail Architects
Church Walk Houses London
photo : Tim Crocker

The architects-cum-developers brought their particular skills in the housing sector to bear on this block of four dwellings and demonstrated how such schemes should be delivered – beautifully. They were so pleased with the results that they decided to live in one of them. The external treatment is broken down by the functions, with brick to main living areas, Siberian larch cladding to main bedrooms and expanded mesh to the balconies. The interiors are dynamic with split levels and top lit spaces.

25 Tanners Hill, Lewisham, London SE8 – 10 Sep 2013
Design: Dow Jones Architects
Tanners Hill Building
photo : David Grandorge

Home and Gallery in Lewisham: This beautifully executed project, in which a humble bicycle workshop has been transformed, as if by alchemy, to create a home and gallery with a richly layered collection of spaces. The architecture is made as much by what is stripped away and revealed as by the elements that are added.

Oscar Wilde House, Tite St, Chelsea, south west London – 31 Jul 2013
Design: London Atelier
Oscar Wilde House London
photo from architect

This Grade II listed flat has gone through a few mutations before its recent refurbishment by London Atelier. Once the residence of Oscar Wilde, the house had been unimaginatively divided into flats with most of its interesting and original features either hidden or removed.

Elm Court House, North London – 31 Jul 2013
Design: AR Design Studio
Elm Court House
photo : Martin Gardner

Hidden from view, behind the ordinary looking façade of a modestly sized semi-detached house in North London, sits an elegant piece of modern contemporary architecture. The recently retired owners sought to adapt the existing small and cramped property into their perfect home. Despite their North London site, they were eager to work again with the south coast based architects, having experienced an enjoyable and smooth design process on an earlier holiday home.

Slip House, Brixton, South London
Design: Carl Turner, Architect
Slip House
photo © Tim Crocker

Slip House Brixton – 20 Jun 2013
A prototype low energy house located on a brownfield site. It’s simple sculptural form consists of three cantilevered (or slipped) boxes, the uppermost sheathed by a translucent glass screen. This upper box houses living space and connects to a ‘sky garden’. The middle box houses sleeping and bathing, with the ground box given over to a multi-purpose space. This arrangement allows flexibility for future adaptation and uses. The house is designed to CSH level 5, and features include triple glazing, rainwater harvesting, green roof, and PVT’s combined with a solar assisted array/ heat pump, seamlessly integrated into the Architecture.

Beveridge Mews, Stepney Green Estate, Hannibal Road, E1
Peter Barber Architects
Beveridge Mews Stepney Green
photo © Morley von Sternberg
Beveridge Mews – 20 Jun 2013

Chelsea Town House, south west London
Design: Moxon Architects
Chelsea Town House London
photo : Simon Kennedy

Chelsea Town House – 5 Jun 2013
Moxon Architects have completed a grade 2 listed house conversion in Chelsea. The driver for this scheme has been to treat the existing structure as a geometric guide for the setting out of new material and spatial interventions. The space has been radically reconfigured throughout, to provide a fewer number of larger and better rooms, with additions to the top and bottom of the house increasing its volume by over a quarter.

Stitched House
Design: Jonathan Tuckey Design
London House
photo : James Brittain

Stitched House London – 7 May 2013
This house is an example of how you can create something very timeless by using a material like brick which ages well and has reliable thermal properties. The cantilevered brick canopy is very unusual and also creates a sheltered outside space for the London house.

Shoffice – Shed Office
Design: Platform 5 Architects
London House Office
photo : Alan Williams Photography

Shoffice – 15 Jan 2013
‘Shoffice’ (shed + office) is a garden pavilion containing a small office alongside garden storage space located to the rear of a 1950’s terraced house in St John’s Wood. The brief required the shoffice to be conceived of as a sculptural object that flowed into the garden space.

Warren Cottage House Extension, Kingston Upon Thames, south west London
Design: McGarry-Moon Architects Ltd
Kingston upon Thames Property
image from architects

Kingston Upon Thames Property – 14 Dec 2012
Solid, beautifully articulated house extension in London by a Northern Irish architecture studio. The proposed scheme involves the demolition of the existing bunker and 1930’s single storey rear extension to Warren Cottage and their replacement with a new two storey side/rear extension and basement.

North London Residential Extension
Design: Alison Brook Architects
North London Residential Building
photo Jake Fitzjones for DuPont. All rights reserved

North London Residential Extension – 18 Oct 2012
Discreet from street level behind an 1860 North London house sits a spectacular new extension designed by Stirling Prize winning Alison Brook Architects. An angular projection of dynamic shapes and planes, the structure is distinguished not only by its creative vision, but also by the use of Corian to form a striking rain screen façade.

Kings Grove, London SE15
Duggan Morris Architects
Kings Grove London
photo : Edmund Sumner

Kings Grove House – 30 Jun 2012
RIBA Awards 2012 Winner
This is a taut, exemplary response to the development of a landlocked site: an intelligent house built by an architect couple for themselves. The site, reached by a narrow lane, is contained by back gardens.

Dalling Road, west London
Hayhurst and Co. in collaboration with Lucy Carmichael
Dalling Road
photo : Killian O’Sullivan

Dalling Road – 30 Jun 2012
RIBA Awards 2012 Winner
This is an extension to a Victorian terraced house, a mere 10 square metres larger than the previous footprint of a dilapidated lean-to, from a brief which required a new family kitchen, dining and play space. The simplicity of the brief was however accompanied by a desire to use the opportunities afforded by the angled and tapering geometry of the site to playfully challenge the existing house’s Victorian order.

King’s Mews, Bloomsbury, central London
A+D Studio
Kings Mews Building
photograph : Jefferson Smith

King’s Mews – 19 Apr 2012
A+D Studio was commissioned to redevelop this site on the corner of Northington Street and King’s Mews in the Bloomsbury Conservation Area of London. The original mews building at 7 Northington Street and 14 to 17 King’s Mews was a small two storey garage and flat which had fallen into disrepair and was allegedly once occupied by Diana Dors.

Kingsley Place House, Highgate, north London
Zuber Architecture
House in Highgate
photograph : Mel Yates

Kingsley Place House – 18 Apr 2012
New build family home built within a conservation area of an award winning 60’s development in North London. The project retains references to the 60’s development and responds to the flexibility required of modern family living.

Belsize Park Property, north west London
Andy Martin Architects
Belsize Park Property
photo from architects

Belsize Park Property – 2 Mar 2012
Andy Martin Architects are delighted to present their latest residential project, an ambitious redevelopment of an existing mechanics garage. Mews 02 is a single residence set in Belsize Park; the owners, a musician and his designer wife, wanted this existing mechanics garage to be converted to a 4 level family home, with the emphasis on the entertaining areas and with the ability to create private compartments over for sleeping.

Chiswick House, west London
Sam Tisdall architect
Chiswick House
image from architect

Chiswick House – 17 Feb 2012
This recently completed house extension is situated in a leafy conservation area backing on to Chiswick House Gardens in London. Despite its sensitive location, the project moved quickly through planning with the result that a spectacular new living space has been created at the back of an ordinary 1920’s suburban villa, to the delight of the owners who have lived there for 30 years.

Stoke Newington House, north east London
Design: atmos, architects
Stoke Newington House
image from architect

Stoke Newington House – 1 Feb 2011

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Key London Housing

A

House for Anish Kapoor
2008
Tony Fretton

The Artist’s House, Kensington
Gumuchdjian Architects
Artist's House London
image © Philip Gumuchdjian

Artist’s House : Stephen Lawrence Prize winner 2010

B

Bedford Park
1875-
Richard Norman Shaw

Belsize Lane House, north west London
Tasou Associates
Belsize Park Property
photo : Tasou Associates

Belsize Lane House

Brick House, London W2
Caruso St John Architects
Brick House London – Stirling Prize nominee 2006

Brick Leaf House, Hampstead, north London
1999-2003
Woolf Architects

C

Castlebar – private house, W5
2006
De Matos Storey Ryan

Chesham Place, south west London
2006
Foster & Partners
for the Candy Brothers: six apartments

3 Colony Mews – courtyard house, off Mildmay Grove North, N1

Peter Barber Architects

31 Corsica St, Highbury, northeast London
1991
Paxton Locher Architects

D

Dirty House, Shoreditch, east London
2001-02
Adjaye/Associates

E

Eagle House, Shoreditch, east London

Terry Farrell Architects

Ebury St – private house, southwest London
2003
Eva Jiricna Architects with Julian Harrap Architects
Grade 2 listed terraced house – remodelling

Elektra House, Whitechapel, east London
1998-2000
Adjaye/Associates
Elektra House London – architect

G

Gap House
Pitman Tozer Architects
Gap House London
image © Nick Kane

Gap House

Gropius House, Chelsea, southwest London

Studio Bednarski Architects

H

Hampstead – Private house, north London

Rick Mather Architects

Hanover Terrace House, north London
Belsize Architects
Regent’s Park Residence
photo from architects

Hanover Terrace House

Hauer-King House, 40 Douglas Rd, Islington, northeast London
1994
Future Systems
Hauer King House
photo © Nick Weall

private home

Hoffman House, Hamsptead, north London

Rick Mather Architects

House in Cannon Place, Hamsptead, north London
Belsize Architects
Cannon Place Home Hampstead
image from architects

House in Cannon Place

House for the Third Millennium
1994
Ushida Findlay Architects

House in Highgate Cemetery
eldridge smerin, Architects
House in Highgate Cemetery
photo : Lyndon Douglas

House in Highgate Cemetery

J

John Pawson’s house, Notting Hill, northwest London
2001
John Pawson

K

Khan House
drdh Architects
Khan House
photo : Sue Barr

Khan House

Knight House, Richmond

David Chipperfield Architects

L

Ladderstile House
threefoldarchitects
Ladderstile House
photo © Nick Kane

Ladderstile House

Long house, St Johns Wood
Keith Williams Architects
St Johns Wood house
photograph : Hélène Binet

St Johns Wood house

M

Mapledene Road, Hackney
Platform 5 Architects
Hackney house
picture from architect

Hackney house

Michael Hopkins’ House, more photos at base of Hampstead Architecture page
Michael Hopkins
Michael Hopkins' House Hampstead
photograph © Isabelle Lomholt – scan from 1990

Mill Hill House, northwest London
Ungar Architects
Mill Hill House
image from Caro

Mill Hill Property

Miramonte house, Kingston-upon-Thames, southwest London
1930’s
Max Fry

Murray Mews houses
various architects, incl. Rogers & Foster
Murray Mews house
photo © Adrian Welch

London mews houses

N

Noble Yard House, Islington, northeast London
2009
Noble Yard House
photo © 2009 Matthew Weinreb
Noble Yard House

Notting Hill Penthouse, northwest London
Studio RHE
Notting Hill Penthouse
photo © Bjarte Rettedal

Notting Hill Penthouse

O

Origami stair, Camberwell, south London
Bell Phillips architects
Origami stair House
photo : Kilian O’Sullivan

Origami stair

Osterley Park House

Robert Adam, Architect

P

Park Sqare Mews House, north London
Belsize architects
Park Sqare Mews
image from architects

Park Sqare Mews House

Petersham – Three private houses, southwest London
2003
Terry Farrell & Partners

Plinth House, Salmon Lane, Limehouse
pH+
Plinth House
picture from architects

Plinth House

Portobello Road, Upside Down House
Pitman Tozer Architects
Portobello Road House
image © Nick Kane

Portobello Road House

R

The Red House
2001
Tony Fretton Architects; Interiors: Studio Mark Pimlott

27A Reddington Road, NW3

Monahan Blythen Architects
private house incl. sheep’s wool insulation + rainwater storage

Richmond house, southwest London

Brady & Mallalieu

42 & 44 Rochester Place, north London
David Wild
Rochester Place house
photo © Adrian Welch

Camden houses

S

Sheldon Avenue house, Highgate, north London
Belsize architects
Sheldon Avenue Highgate
photo from architects

Sheldon Avenue

Shoreditch rooftop apartment, 20 Clere Street, Islington
tonkin liu with Richard Rogers
Shoreditch apartment
photo © Nick Weall

Shoreditch apartment

Soane Museum, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, central London
Sir John Soane, Architect
John Soane's House
photograph © adrian welch

John Soane’s House

Squirries Street Penthouses, Bethnal Green
pH+
London Penthouses
picture from architects

Squirries Street Penthouses

Stealth House
Robert Dye Associates
Stealth House
photo from Robert Dye Associates

Stealth house

Straw Bale house, north of Kings Cross, Holloway/Finsbury Park, north London
Jeremy Till + Sarah Wigglesworth Architects
Straw Bale house
London house : photograph © adrian welch may 2007

Syon House, west London

Robert Adam, Architect

T

Talgarth Road Artist Studios – purpose-built with north light windows
Talgarth Road Artist Studios Talgarth Road Studios
photos © Nick Weall

Tite Street house, Chelsea

Tony Fretton Architects

Tom Dixon house, Ladbroke Grove, west London
SUSD
London Water Tower house
picture from architect

London Water Tower house

Tree House, 1a Bedford Terrace, Lyham Road, SW2
2006
Constructive Individuals
designed to be a ‘zero carbon’ house

Twin Houses, Kingston upon Thames
Terry Pawson Architects
Twin London houses
picture from architect

Twin London houses

V

VXO House, Hampstead, NW3
2002
Alison Brooks Architects

W

Whitecross Street, EC1
Project Orange
Whitecross Street House
photo : Gareth Gardner

Whitecross Street Property

2 Willow Road, Hampstead, NW3
1930’s
Ernö Goldfinger, Architect
London Modernist house

Wrap House, London W4
2006
Alison Brooks Architects


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