Traditional House Extension.
A New Traditional House Extension in London.
An Edwardian traditional house extension in London.
Fingerprintstudios Architects in Portsmouth have been appointed to work on an existing Edwardian house in London. We are appointed to rationalise the ground floor and to create a new kitchen and family area whilst in keeping with the existing character and features of the existing dwelling. This extension will see the removal of an outdated poorly constructed single storey extension replaced with an in keeping more traditional approach. The extension will use matching brickwork, mortar and matching brick headers over the windows and doors.
Traditional design to the rear of the Edwardian house.
The traditional design looks at a new single storey, single ply membrane flat roof, behind a brickwork parapet roof is a traditional timber hidden pitched roof light. A set of timber bi-folding doors and a new external landscaped terrace provides a simple but effective in keeping traditional design to the rear of the Edwardian house.
New internal layout and living area.
The removal of the old single storey extension and new traditional house extension sees the layout of the ground floor change. The existing kitchen will be removed and will become a new living room/ snug area which moves into a new utility and downstairs toilet area, a large open plan dining area, U-shaped kitchen and kitchen island provides a functional and practical layout for the home.
Traditional Interior Design.
In keeping details to the existing Edwardian house will be carried through internally to create a seamless approach to the dwelling. Matching timber doors, plaster cornice, high Edwardian timber skirting, Edwardian Ironmongery and a timber roof light are major features of this interior design proposal and work as part of this traditional house extension. Further attention to details will be explored as part of the review of the interior design of this new traditional house extension and refurbishment as we develop the designs further.