Colebrooke Row

This characterful Grade II listed Georgian town house lies on a leafy terrace in Islington, and was built in 1774. The house had historically been divided into apartments and it is now used as a multi-generational family home. This project comprised the sensitive refurbishment and interior design of the first floor flat. We had previously refurbished the garden maisonette for the same client.

Original character detailing, including cornicing, window shutters and timber floorboards form a rich tapestry that is complemented by a bespoke oak kitchen and joinery. High quality marble fireplaces and sash windows were retained and refurbished. Energy-efficient appliances and fittings were installed throughout. more
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Our interior design features mid-century furniture and lighting, complemented by a restrained colour palette of whites and neutrals that make the most of the available natural light.

The project was undertaken with AFL Build as an integrated design and build process, allowing a shortened programme.

Project Architect:
Matt McKenna

Location:
Colebrooke Row, London N1

Photography:
Yeshen Venema

Construction:
AFL Build

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