This 4 storey Victorian property on the doorstep of Hampstead Heath underwent complete re-modelling, including significant extensions to the roof and rear. The building was converted from 3 flats back into a family home.
Camden Council’s planning authority recognised the design approach to be contextually sympathetic and as such planning was granted quickly, despite being in the sensitive Hampstead Conservation Area.
Internally, a sequence of seamless skylights wrap across the ceiling and down the wall to the floor, creating a light, elegant and ethereal space for dining.
In the second reception room a floating mezzanine projects into the 5 metre high space.
Throughout the property period embellishments complement new interventions, resulting in this beautifully considered light filled serene home.
This property has been featured extensively in Grand Designs, Open House and local publication Ham* & High (*Hampstead)