Gospel oak house extension architect, architects plans

Architecture for London has completed detailed design for alterations to a Gospel Oak house, in the Borough of Camden


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An existing loft conversion at third floor is reconfigured and improved to provide an additional useable bedroom. The previous narrow ladder access is replaced with a building regulations compliant, space saving ‘one-two’ stair in timber. A space saving stair was required due to the limited access and headroom in the loft space.

As the existing loft had not been extended to the rear with a dormer window, it maintains its original pitched roof form. Ceiling heights that allow standing room are therefore only in the centre of the plan, over approximately a third of the available floor total area.

At second floor, the generous master suite extends over the entire footprint. The master suite was altered to provide both a walk in wardrobe and an ensuite bathroom, both within the footprint of the original rear room.

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Project architect: Tom Dawson

Location: Roderick Road, Gospel Oak NW3

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