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Adam and Eve Mews

Comprehensive Redesign of a Traditional Mews House
Constrained on three sides and working within a small footprint on a tight site, the design brief concentrated on maximizing floor area and natural light. The redesign was approached in a three dimensional manner, reconsidering floor levels and their relationship to the street fa├žade and connecting spaces.

The house now occupies four floors and a roof terrace. Careful room organisation and material choices, such as limed oak flooring and glass handrails, have given the mews house a new sense of space and lightness.

Planning Gain and Party Wall Awards
A successful planning strategy was employed that provided significant additional floor space and a fully accessible roof terrace. Additional accommodation was created within a basement fronting the street, concealed behind carefully designed timber louvres. Six Party Wall Awards were successfully negotiated.

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