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PEEK CRESCENT

LONDON

The renovation and extension of a late Victorian brick house on Peek Crescent presented an opportunity to produce something visually arresting that at the same time provided more space as the existing room layouts were more suited to a 1940s lifestyle than those of 2008. The house on Peek Crescent was completely remodelled inside with two traditional extensions either side of the front elevation. To the rear there is a contrasting glass fronted addition consisting of a canopy formed out of a white horizontal plane with an orange/red box sliding out from underneath and hovering over the garden.