TG Studio has renovated this house in the centre of the Hampstead Garden Suburb in London; the house forms part of 9 individual houses grouped together sharing a common piece of land with a tennis court bordering the Hampstead Heath, the biggest Park in London. The property occupying 3 levels was built in 1910 in the style of the Arts and Craft movement and is located in the conservation area of the Hampstead Garden Suburb, the first garden suburb in Europe. It had not been renovated since 40 years and was in a bad state of disrepair.
The studio reorganised the accommodation on the ground floor and extended the building to the rear and the side. The extensions were designed to be in keeping with the design and age of the property and are hardly visible as extensions. The ground floor now boasts two reception rooms, one used as a family room and one as a library/living room, a guest WC, storage cupboards and an eat-in kitchen.
The house was stripped of everything down to the old brickwork and a new modern home created in which greys and whites mix simplicity with history.