This project involved the restoration and extension of a 19th Century property which had been in a state of disrepair for a number of years. Internally the property has been reconfigured to make it suitable for modern family living with a new kitchen / dining space and centrally located bathroom replacing the original lean to WC at the rear of the house. In line with the clients ambitions, the whole property has been sensitively restored with new elements designed to sit comfortably and share the sense of quality of the existing Victorian property. A new walnut joinery feature incorporating banquette seating to the dining space delineates the new extension at the rear of the house. Harp & Harp provided a full service including, architecture, interior and kitchen design.
Photographs by Mariell Lind Hansen