By: Delve Architects
Intro description: A up to date remodelling of a standard Victorian dwelling to go well with the proprietor’s existence.
Consumer: Non-public consumer
Sector: Non-public residential
Location: Nunhead, South London
Recognition: Shortlisted for an NLA 2020 Don’t Transfer Enhance Award
Photographer: Emanuelis Stasaistis
This conventional Victorian home within the Nunhead conservation space was fully remodeled to offer a up to date and open area on the rear, whereas retaining a extra conventional really feel on the entrance of the home.
The transition from ‘previous to new’ happens by stepping by means of a bespoke handcrafted plywood bookcase, which leads into the huge, open up to date kitchen area. Bifold doorways open over a bespoke window seat so the homeowners can admire the morning mild by means of the backyard.
In all rooms there’s in depth consideration to element, as Delve designed all of the bespoke joinery in the home creating an actual feeling of craftmanship. The house purposely makes use of a restricted palette of supplies comprising darkish stained larch cladding, birch ply and concrete.
First time patrons, Package & Imogen, commented on their new dwelling: “Delve labored tirelessly, turning the unique plans inside out to provide you with an ingenious format that thoughtfully reconsiders tips on how to use a terraced home, while respecting its character. The joinery, which runs seamlessly by means of the home, was their biggest success and testomony to their expertise. Delve has created a journey by means of the home, that takes you out of metropolis dwelling, and into the magic of backyard and open area on the again. Our favorite room is the music room on the core of the home – they’ve breathed new life into part of Victorian terraces that always turns into only a walkway to the again of the home. Now it’s each a magical entrance to the backyard extension on the again, and a comfortable area the place books, guitars and pianos can be utilized. We couldn’t be happier with the sanctuary they’ve created for us.”