Willesden green house extension architect - architects drawing plans

Architecture for London has completed detailed design for a Willesden house extension project

The property is a large semi-detached house on Chatsworth Road in the Borough of Brent. The road has a mix of detached and pairs of semi-detached homes, all built in the inter-war period, in the Tudor Revival style.


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The proposal adds a ground floor extension to the rear, extending the full width of the property. Existing ground floor partitions are also removed to create an open plan kitchen and living space with a good connection to the garden. The rear extension is clad in a dark timber that picks up on the tones of the original half-timbering to the front of the house. Internal finishes include birch faced plywood joinery, exposed timber ceiling joists, and sliding timber doors to the garden. A separate extension provides a home office linked to a stone paved internal courtyard.

The large loft conversion creates a guest bedroom and ensuite with generous additional storage, and a dormer overlooks the garden to the rear.

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Project architect: Ben Ridley

Location: Chatsworth Road, Willesden Green NW2

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