Domestic Extensions – Ground and Roof level

 

Throughout his career James Dunnett has designed and built small domestic extensions and loft conversions, many of them in the carefully protected Hampstead Garden Suburb, where special consents have to be obtained. To design an extension whether on the ground or in the roof that does not do damage to the rooms of the existing house or its architecture  requires skill and care. In some cases it may not be possible: it may be best simply to demolish an existing extension and return a house to its original form.

 

Islington, London N1, roof extension to Regency terrace house, to provide two studios: view of front terrace.

Islington, London N1, roof extension to Regency terrace house, to provide two studios: view of studio.

Richmond, Surrey, roof extension to Edwardian terrace house, to provide bedroom and bathroom

Hampstead Garden Suburb, London N2, loft conversion with new dormer over a new stair

Hampstead Garden Suburb, London N2, dining room extension, exterior view

Hampstead Garden Suburb, London N2, dining room extension, interior view

Hampstead Garden Suburb, London N2, breakfast room extension, exterior view

 Hampstead Garden Suburb, London N2, breakfast room extension, interior view

Highbury, London N5, roof extension to Victorian terrace house, exterior view

Highbury, London N5, roof extension to Victorian terrace house, interior view

Ossulton Way, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London N2, roof extension with new dormer – external view

Hampstead, London NW3, ground level extension – external view

Hampstead, London NW3, roof level extension – external view