The Ranelagh Residence was a structurally unsound, conservation project with highly restricted access. Although the property had a generous floor area, the existing layout and rear garden were negatively impacting the usability of the space.
The main objective of the interior design was to maximise the space available and direct as much natural light as possible into the existing property. The entire basement floor level was reduced to improve floor to ceiling height and the rear garden was extensively excavated to allow for the construction of a large conservatory extension. The development of this mid-terrace, Georgian townhouse remains our most challenging project to date!
Back of House
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