Works progress on Alma Street near to completion

In November 2019 building works commenced on the extension and refurbishment of the mid terrace 3 storey Victorian house located within the Inkerman Conservation Area in Kentish Town, London.

The design introduces a new first floor rear bathroom extension entirely clad in black charred larch diagonal boarding (Shou Sugi Ban) that appears to float above the glazed roof of the remodelled open plan ground floor area, which has been reconfigured  to incorporate a new contemporary Italian kitchen and to provide a seamless link to a reworked private patio garden amenity area. The interior spaces are also undergoing renovation with new finishes, fixtures and services modernised to provide improved flexibility of use and much needed additional storage that the period property lacked.

Following a short delay on site resulting from restrictions imposed during these challenging times, the project is once again progressing with safe distancing working procedures in place ensuring the safety of the construction team that are helping to deliver it. The building works are now scheduled to completed by the end of June 2020.