Small spaces can become amazing places. Shaded corners, side returns and even lower ground floor basements can become rooms that make the most of available space, and improve the flow of the house.
In these situations space and light really count. Here we extend the living area, providing a new open plan kitchen space with a place to relax and eat, all greatly enhanced by natural light and a connection to the patio and garden.
Architectural solutions in suburban areas require careful planning. Knowledge, experience and ingenuity are required to successfully obtain consent, each case having its own challenges.
A basement is transformed into a stunning kitchen, maximising space in this Victorian London house.
Colour: French Grey (F&B)
Size: 6.3m x 3.58m ( 22.55m² )
Lantern: 5.2m x 2.3m
Location: West London
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