Original and captivating, the Cotesbach Road residence was remodeled to serve the needs of a young family of three. reorganized the layout of this Edwardian home in London, turning it into an engaging modern retreat.
“Our clients approached us with a brief to fully refurbish the property, enlarge the kitchen/dining area and better utilize the space within the large loft,” the architects said of the custom remodel.
“By opening the internal structure while maintaining the function of the previously separated areas, the house instantly feels more open and welcoming,” they said. “There is a flow from front to back, continuing out to the garden; despite the north-facing rear elevation, clever positioning of windows allows natural light into the kitchen.”
The living areas feature a variety of textures, including concrete and wood flooring, steel window frames, exposed logs and brick. Part of the ground floor was lowered, altering the perception of space. See any other details in this custom remodel that you find interesting? [Photography by Matt Clayton]