Georgian house refurbishment
This stunning Georgian house refurbishment in Kingston required a full makeover including an extension. It was packed full of beautiful original features which were refurbished and highlighted in the design by Cave. See our similar project; Grade II listed school house. The brief was to convert the property from flats back into a single dwelling. Because of the large building footprint the basement spaces were dark, and due to inefficient circulation throughout the building getting from A to B took a long time. Cave worked hard with the clients to re-establish the flow and character of this charming building.
Our clients asked us to create a new conservatory at the rear in addition to remodelling the basement and ground floor. These lower floors had lots of meandering corridors and bore no relationship in character to the upper floors. In addition to redesigning the spaces Cave also created a better connection to the garden and altered and refurbished all the upper floors to a high standard. Cave achieved this by opening up the ground floor. We brought light and views through to connect spaces visually over the very deep footprint of the building. Re-organising the functions of the home to create a better flow and sense of space. Improving thermal performance by internally insulating and upgrading to D/G timber sash windows throughout.
Cave also designed a whole house approach to style in this Georgian house refurbishment in Kingston. We tied all the spaces together so there is a smooth transition between rooms and zones. The result was a complete refurbishment to a very high standard.
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