NICHE HOUSE

London / United Kingdom / 2012

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This project required the total remodelling and upwards extension of an early Victorian house in North London in order to create a flexible, contemporary family home.


The roof was replaced with a timber clad extension to create a new upper floor and the interior was gutted leaving only the front and rear facades.


AMA then designed a series of fluid spaces that maximised daylight through a series of pivoting walls. The split level nature of the house offers connected family-friendly areas and contrasting views of the neighbouring gardens from the lower levels and the dramatic cityscape from the rooftop.

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    This project required the total remodelling and upwards extension of an early Victorian house in North London in order to create a flexible, contemporary family home. The roof was replaced with a timber clad extension to create a new upper floor and the interior was gutted leaving only the front and rear facades. AMA then designed a series of fluid spaces that maximised daylight through a series of pivoting walls. The split level nature of the house offers connected family-friendly...

    Project details
    • Year 2012
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Single-family residence / Interior Design / Custom Furniture / Lighting Design / Furniture design
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