Residential – Loft Conversion
Loft Conversion Case Studies
Whether you want a new master bedroom with an ensuite, a playroom for the kids, a walk-in wardrobe, or even a home gym, we can help!
We have extensive knowledge and experience dealing with loft extensions and loft conversions in London boroughs such as Tower Hamlets, Richmond upon Thames, and Havering. As space around London is at a premium, it’s not always possible to create a single storey or double storey extension. Often a loft conversion is the best way to maximise your property’s space and value.
Not all loft conversions will need planning permission, but they will need to conform to fire regulations. Your architect will listen to your requirements and design a space that not only gives you the additional room you crave but will also ensure it conforms to building regulations. With us, you will get comprehensive architects’ services to help you transform your home.
Take a look at the loft conversion case studies below for inspiration, or get in touch to find out more about how we could help you take your home to the next level.
Modern redesign for a detached house in Kingston Date:2015 Borough: Kingston Project Type:Single storey rear extension, Loft conversion The brief was to enlarge the property via a double storey rear extension, loft conversion, internal re-figuration and a porch. In order to comply with the Council’s planning regulations our designers had to consider a sensitive approach to the existing fabric and form as well as the client requirements to preserve the appearance and the character.
Modern redesign for a detached house in Kingston Date:2015 Borough: Kingston Project Type:Single storey rear.Read more
Date of obtaining planning for New Developments North London project: Pending Spring 2018 Borough: Haringey Project Type:Addition of 2 floors above commercial premises class use A2. Change of use A2 to Mixed Use A2 & C3 residential. Date of commencement of construction: Summer 2018 Budget: Approximately £1.1 million Existing area: 240m2 Proposed area: 620m2 Planning procedure: Pre-planning, Construction Method Statement, Main Planning. Render: proposed impression with additional storeys for luxury residential apartments on New.
Date of obtaining planning for New Developments North London project: Pending Spring 2018 Borough: Haringey.Read more
Date:2014 Borough: Sutton Project Type:Loft conversion, Dormer Extension Architecture was commissioned to produce all the architectural drawings for Loft conversion in Sutton Area of the terraced property. Plans were submitted and APPROVED by Sutton Council. We created a proposal for the client for a loft extension of the client’s property, subsequently the client chose to use the drawings we provided for a double storey side extension instead, however, as he has now got the.
Date:2014 Borough: Sutton Project Type:Loft conversion, Dormer Extension Architecture was commissioned to produce all the.Read more
Date: June 2017 Location: Epsom Common Project Type: 3D Visualisation, loft conversion with small dormer and first floor rear extension Brief This client’s property was in a leafy, rural area bordering Epsom Common, with large, semi-detached houses. It is not accessed from the main road but from a private path shared with one neighbour. Ultimately her intention is to sell the property, but for now it is still the family home..
Date: June 2017 Location: Epsom Common Project Type: 3D Visualisation, loft conversion with small dormer.Read more
Date: July 2015 Borough: Hertfordshire Project Type: Loft conversion Farmhouse Loft Conversion in Hertfordshire. Brief This farmhouse had a loft conversion and double storey extension done by London architects, Extension Architecture, 3 River Reach, Gartons Way, Battersea SW11 3SX. They were very happy with the result so we were then asked to do another phase for them which was to convert a barn to a one bedroom, self-contained house. Moreover, they requested.
Date: July 2015 Borough: Hertfordshire Project Type: Loft conversion Farmhouse Loft Conversion in Hertfordshire..Read more
Date: March 2015 Borough: Kensington & Chelsea Project Type: Loft conversion with mansard roof Brief This project was to add a large bedroom via a loft conversion with a mansard roof, as opposed to the conventional dormer. Much of Kensington & Chelsea is comprised of various Conservation Areas. Planning Applications in Conservation Areas are slightly trickier, because they all need a supporting statement called a Design & Access Statement. This was one of.
Date: March 2015 Borough: Kensington & Chelsea Project Type: Loft conversion with mansard roof Brief.Read more
Beautiful space near Battersea Park by Wandsworth architect.
Beautiful space near Battersea Park by Wandsworth architect.Read more
Date:2017 Borough: Surrey Project Type:Single storey exension, Loft conversion Brief A humble abode turned into a prospective natural paradise. This bungalow, housed in Fetcham’s Mole Valley, is to have a creative renovation with a single storey front and rear extension, a front porch extension, a loft conversion with raised ridge and rear dormers and a beautiful internal reconfiguration to bring in light to the house’s design. At first this started as a rear extension and.
Date:2017 Borough: Surrey Project Type:Single storey exension, Loft conversion Brief A humble abode turned into a.Read more
Date:2017 Borough: Haringey Project Type:Single storey exension, Loft conversion Brief Based in Haringey, this attached home is to be extended into a loft as well as a single storey rear extension. The client wanted to achieve a creative open spaced layout. This consisted of an open space living area that extends into the kitchen, a pitched roof rear extension and a master bedroom in the loft. A seamless Juliette balcony was also designed to accompany a creative.
Date:2017 Borough: Haringey Project Type:Single storey exension, Loft conversion Brief Based in Haringey, this attached.Read more
Date:2017 Borough: Wandsworth Project Type:Loft conversion Housed in Wandsworth, this three bedroom Victorian family home is extended into a loft. This project adds a master-bedroom to the property while preserving the original geometry of the roof. The space gain was obtained through an insertion of a dormer that maximizes the head height and allowed to turn the attic into a spatial room. The light was critical in the design as the priority was.
Date:2017 Borough: Wandsworth Project Type:Loft conversion Housed in Wandsworth, this three bedroom Victorian family.Read more