Transforming a house is a special challenge, respecting the old but enhancing it with the new
Brixton alterations - 1
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Originally altered by Luis Ferreria da Silva, the brief was to add a verandah to the existing 1930's house. As an admirer and early mentor of Luis', Henry wanted the alteration to respond to Luis' castellated and flowing work. The clients, flamboyant creatives in the music and fashion industry, allowed Henry to think out the box and design a vibrant veranda that is completely different but complimentary to the existing house and alteration. The combination of a coloured glass wall, radiating wooden ceiling and slender "rusted" columns create a bold and dramatic space that suits the clients lifestyle. The glass wall protects the verandah from the wind, filters the morning light and provides a dynamic seating, display and storage space.
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