Refur­bish­ment and remod­el­ling of Lon­don House
The loft space is now two bed­rooms and a liv­ing area, also cre­ative­ly util­is­ing the ceil­ing height to have extra hammock/​sleeping areas.

This south Lon­don house has under­gone a com­plete trans­for­ma­tion, whilst retain­ing and restor­ing orig­i­nal features.

Two small bed­rooms on the top floor are sep­a­rat­ed with a cur­tain and have both a small loft room to retreat into. This reduces the height-per­­cep­­tion of the house and reduces the load on the foun­da­tion. A small dormer hous­es a new small room with views over the city and under the eaves a sec­ond bed­room is locat­ed. The void space is used to hang net­tings across to cre­ate hammocks.