KING EDWARD'S ROAD, LONDON
Our clients wanted to open up their cramped living spaces to create a single open plan space with a better relationship with their garden.
The existing ceiling was removed and taken up to follow the line of the roof to maximise the volume of the space and rooflights were introduced to bring in natural light and ventilation.
The sliding folding doors open the space up onto the garden thereby create a fluid relationship with the landscaping, and giving the feeling of more living space.
A polished screed floor similar in appearance to a poured resin floor was laid on top of the existing concrete floor slab.
The building is located in a conservation area of Hackney, London.
Photographs: Melissa Lane Porter Photography.