Residential – Loft Conversion
Loft Conversion Case Studies
Whether you want a new master bedroom with an ensuite, a playroom for the kids, a walk-in wardrobe, or even a home gym, we can help!
We have extensive knowledge and experience dealing with loft extensions and loft conversions in London boroughs such as Tower Hamlets, Richmond upon Thames, and Havering. As space around London is at a premium, it’s not always possible to create a single storey or double storey extension. Often a loft conversion is the best way to maximise your property’s space and value.
Not all loft conversions will need planning permission, but they will need to conform to fire regulations. Your architect will listen to your requirements and design a space that not only gives you the additional room you crave but will also ensure it conforms to building regulations. With us, you can be sure to get the most comprehensive architectural service in London to help you transform your home.
Take a look at the loft conversion case studies below for inspiration, or get in touch to find out more about how we could help you take your home to the next level.
Brief A humble abode turned into a prospective natural paradise. This bungalow, housed in Fetcham’s Mole Valley, is to have a creative renovation with a single storey front and rear extension, a front porch extension, a loft conversion with raised ridge and rear dormers and a beautiful internal reconfiguration to bring in light to the house’s design. At first this started as a rear extension and loft conversion only, however after the client has.Read more
Brief Based in Haringey, this attached home is to be extended into a loft as well as a single storey rear extension. The client wanted to achieve a creative open spaced layout. This consisted of an open space living area that extends into the kitchen, a pitched roof rear extension and a master bedroom in the loft. A seamless Juliette balcony was also designed to accompany a creative window design next to their bi-folding door. Design The.Read more
Housed in Wandsworth, this three bedroom Victorian family home is extended into a loft. This project adds a master-bedroom to the property while preserving the original geometry of the roof. The space gain was obtained through an insertion of a dormer that maximizes the head height and allowed to turn the attic into a spatial room. The light was critical in the design as the priority was to increase the daylight in the.Read more
Modern redesigning of a detached house in Kingston The brief for the project included enlargement of a detached house in Kingston. The project included a double storey rear extension, loft conversion, internal re-figuration and a porch. In order to comply with the Council’s planning regulations our contemporary intervention had to consider the sensitive approach to the existing fabric and form as well as the requirements of the client to preserve the appearance and the.Read more
Planning permission has been granted by Kingston Council to do Double storey extension, Loft conversion in New Malden. What we designed for this semi-detached house includes Ground floor rear extension Double storey side extension Loft conversion Side and read Dormer conversion Check Our Other Loft , double storey extension. Roof Conversion : Wimbledon/Merton Roof Conversion into a Habitable Rooftop space.Read more