Crouch End Breakout Extension
This small one bedroomed flat, within the Crouch End Conservation Area, became too small on the arrival of the owners’ first child.
The small rear/side garden, with its skewed boundary fences, offered the only room for expansion.
Two extensions break out from the existing bedroom, responding to, and limited by, the angles of the fences.
In a potentially darker corner the roof breaks out, by being prized open, and folded back, allowing the daylight in.
Winner of New London Architecture’s Don’t Move, Improve! 2019 Best Value award
Featured in the RIBA publication House Goals: Design with architects, transform your home by Ruth Slavid
Featured in Channel 4’s Extraordinary Extensions presented by Tinie Tempah
Photography: Dome Photography