‘Wilsey Road’ London Residence was originally an Edwardian house with a poorly designed loft extension, rented out for many years. The existing house was shabby, with most of the original features already demolished during the course of it’s life. With this refurbishment extrArchitecture gave a new life to the tired terraced house in London, surprising it’s visitor when entering through the door of a conventional Edwardian facade.

The open plan at the ground floor has been visually divided in two sections by adding a toilet in a box, where three structural columns were going to support the house above. The bathroom was positioned toward the front of the house under the pitched roof, leaving room at the rear for a bedroom and a small studio with the nicest outlook.

 

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[Images courtesy of Giulia Galiberti/ extrArchitecture. Photography by Barbara Corsico.]

 

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