The redesign and remodelling of this house in Patten Road, London, off Wandsworth Common, is both extensive and comprehensive. The house has been rebuilt, apart from the front façade, which has been completely renovated.

A new basement of cavernous proportions has been constructed under the house and contains many desirable spaces, such as a generously arranged wine cellar for both storage and wine tasting!

A large rear extension, at ground floor level, features an impressive structural solution using exposed concrete and glulam beams.

 

The house extends generously and warmth and is an excellent example of how ‘modernism‘ can also be user friendly and welcoming.