Barnet - Residential mixed use development

Ashton Architecture was appointed to develop proposals for a 9 dwelling mixed-use scheme in Barnet, North London. The proposed redevelopment of the site has been sensitively designed to respond to contextual clues, whilst engaging with extensive stakeholder consultations with local community groups.

Client: SaS Developments

Visualisation by Northgraf

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Wandsworth - Refurbishment and extension of family home

Permitted development extension to an end of terrace property, comprising an angular kitchen designed to take advantage of the sunpath and end of terrace location.  

Photography by Agnese Sanvito

London House - Extension to a family home

Contemporary extension to a substantial family home to provide an open plan kitchen living space with connectivity to the landscaped garden, whilst maintaining privacy for the users through careful placement of structural glazing.

Completed as Project Director at Waind Gohil + Potter

Photography by Morley Von Sternberg

Wandsworth - Roof extension 

Permitted development roof extension to provide a master bedroom suite to a 1920s property in South London.  By concealing all gutters, vents and fascias, simple crisp detailing emphasises the relationship between solid and void. 

Photography by GPC

Sussex - Renovation of Grade ll listed cottage 

Sensitive modernisation of a 19th century cottage requiring extensive structural works to mitigate the building's chalk walls, finished with clean simple modern detailing to complement the texture of existing building fabric. 

Completed as Project Director at Waind Gohil + Potter

Photography by James Potter

London - Townhouse

Refurbishment and extension of a four storey Victorian townhouse in central London, including a new basement kitchen living space with structurally glazed infill and roof terrace.

Completed as Project Director at Waind Gohil + Potter

Photography by Agnese Sanvito

Surrey - Remodelling of 1920s apartment

Overhaul of existing apartment to create a series of contemporary living spaces, using a refined palette of materials and stripping back all linings, exposing structure and maximising light into the triple aspect living spaces.