Hampstead House / Openstudio Architects

A generous Edwardian House in Hampstead was put back into use as a single-family home. Our work included introducing a more fluid and functional layout and transforming the existing Adhoc rear extensions into a unified space, with a large picture window and triple sliding doors, which now connects the internal space to the large terraced garden.

Architects: Openstudio Architects
Location: Hampstead, London
Photography: Richard Davies

We refinished the house: reinstated herringbone timber floors, added basalt stone, and matt porcelain tiles, and a series of custom joinery elements, in timber and lacquer. These contemporary pieces add a new layer of tactility and warmth to the house, juxtaposing the delight of the generous rooms with the joy of touching a carefully considered detail.