Hampstead House

This extension and refurbishment, currently under construction, improves a Grade II listed house in Hampstead.

It is one of a collection of Arts and Crafts houses on a crescent adjacent to Hampstead Heath, designed by renowned Edwardian architect EJ May.

The project includes a significant overhaul of the existing house, with complete internal renovation, a rear extension and a new lower, landscaped garden to better connect the interior with its verdant surroundings.

The extension is paired back with simple architectural detailing using a common material palette of brick and stone derived from the existing house. The design embraces the Arts and Crafts principles of simple forms, authentic materials, and meticulous craftsmanship.

Project Architect:
Sophie Campbell, Amrit Marway

Gainsborough Gardens, Hampstead NW3

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