A refurbishment and extension to a typical suburburban 1930’s North London house.
A housing type that is characteristic of the interwar housing boom that followed the 30’s Piccadilly Line extension deep into the suburbs.
The house has adapted and extended over the years to respond to changing family needs. A series of piecemeal additions had created a larger property but one with a series of similar compartmentalised and compromised spaces.
ashton porter refurbished and remodelled the interior by removing a significant number of partition walls ostensibly carve out a new enlarged family space into the existing house and project out into the garden framed by a new cantilevered rear facade.