The 2017 programme is now past. We will be launching the 2018 programme in July.
195 Shooters Hill Road, SE3 8UL
Edwardian house, lived in by an interior designer and his partner, with a contemporary extension.
Sasa Works, Egon Walesch Interiors,
Forming part of the Maryon-Wilson estate, the house was built in 1903.
The house was extended in 2012 with the demolition of the existing lean-to and replacement with a timber framed, brick-clad garden room extension designed by Sasa Works and Egon Walesch Interiors. The rest of the house was extensively refurbished at that time.
This extension to an Edwardian house creates a harmonious union between different types of space: traditional and modern, indoor and outdoor; cooking and living.
Materials used include a European Oak timber frame, Reclaimed Brick, Rubber (courtyard featuring stone and in-situ cast concrete).
The new kitchen and garden room are formed of bespoke elements and furniture, each individually designed for this project and lovingly crafted using traditional joinery techniques. The result is a space that is entirely new and at the same time speaks perfectly to the house's existing proportions and architecture as well as its quirky and stylish interior design.
Architecture is a process of considering and making a space.
Bringing to our projects a thoughtful response to existing structures and a deep understanding of the materials with which we work and the possibilities they bring, we aim to interpret the ideas of the people who will actually live and work in the finished space.