North End

North End

Refurbishment of a family home. The architect who designed the house was George Coles, who went on to be a successful Art Deco cinema architect, but this house, having been built in 1928, falls into the later period of the Arts and Crafts movement.

LPA’s refurbishment took the house from a state of looking a little sorry for itself, to a fresh and enjoyable home that celebrates the existing details. New additions were designed to juxtapose the existing and sit overtly and proud as pieces within a room along side the existing features with the aim of celebrating and modernising what was already a space with beautiful qualities.