TLA Studio
Architects & Designers
HAMPSTEAD HOUSE contemporary-closet


The works involved the complete refurbishment of a 1920's red brick and hanging tile detached house within a conservation area in Hampstead. The house had been in single occupation for many years, and had been extended in a 70's style not in keeping with either our clients new functional requirements or the orginal logic of the house. The client sought to subtly mix of the aesthetic of the orginal Arts and Crafts style with their passion for 1930/40's French deco and the practicality of a modern home. The existing footprint at ground floor but the more shoddy extensions were shorn and the orginal walls were tweaked to provide a better flow and circulation. The later and less durable alterations in the upper floors were completely removed as well as a dilapidated wooden pool house and crazy paving landscape of a similar era to the internal alterations were completely remodeled. The project exemplifies our approach of undertaking all aspects of the design, including the designed aspect of the design from the table linen to the architectural design and the landscape work.

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