Architecture For London’s Brook Green House shows the transformative power of great design. The property has now reached its full potential thanks to a full refurbishment and a two-storey extension.
Low ceilings led to poor natural light and difficult access to the lower ground floor which now boasts a double height ceiling and a timber staircase for dramatic entrances. The upper portion of the ground level features a glass box extension that floods the room with light, complementing the light hues of the end-grain parquet fittings.
Open the bespoke Douglas fir-framed sliding door of the lower ground floor to step into the garden which is linked harmoniously to the extension through the use of natural Portland Roach stone with fossilised fragments. This stone finishes the extension and continues to form the surface of the patio.
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