Alterations to an Edwardian house in Putney
Located within the Conservation Area, this elegant Townhouse is a fine example of domestic Edwardian architecture typical of many London suburbs. Working in collaboration with the construction manager and interior designer, Mark Wray Architects designed a new open plan living space to the rear of the property, opening the house out into the rear garden.
The work included the integration of two existing rear rooms and a new single storey rear extension to create the informal living area. The details of the extension reflect those of the period house, using different types of brick for different situations. The reclaimed stock bricks face the majority of the elevations, with new red brick employed to define the new opening details. The works included the removal of a modern conservatory and a new internal glazed double door providing light and access into the hallway.