To construct a seamless extension externally to a heritage dwelling, whilst opening the interior to provide a light modern living environment.
A huge effort was put into constructing a seamless extension to the 1930’s dwelling. All finishes were replicated where possible and a high level of worksmanship utilised so the old was indistinguishable from the new.
Internally, much of the house was demolished. The front half of the house was faithfully restored, retaining all heritage features. The rear of the house was updated using a modern language that was designed to meet all current needs, tastes and technological requirements (whilst all care was taken to make the modern additions complement the existing house).