Dewsbury Road Home Extension Brent, Northwest London Property, Building Photos
Dewsbury Road House Extension Brent, London
NLA ‘Don’t Move, Improve!’ Competition 2nd Prize design by O’Sullivan Skoufoglou Architects, UK
26 Jan 2018
New London Architecture News
Design: O’Sullivan Skoufoglou Architects
Location: Brent, Northwest London, England, UK
Dewsbury Road House Extension in Brent – 2nd Prize in ‘Don’t Move, Improve!’ 2018
Photos: Rory Gardiner
Dewsbury Road House Extension in Brent
Second Prize was awarded to Dewsbury Road in Brent, by O’Sullivan Skoufoglou Architects.
The design responds to the homeowner’s brief for more light, space and storage, without reducing the garden.
Internally, oak beams and ash furniture reference the owner’s roots – the two materials sacred in Irish mythology.
The winning projects will now be featured in a dedicated magazine and a three-month exhibition of London’s 120 best home extension projects. The free exhibition will be shown at NLA’s Galleries at The Building Centre, from 26 January to 20 April 2018.
Photographer: Rory Gardiner
Sun Rain Rooms by Tonkin Liu winner of Don’t Move, Improve! 2018
photo : Edmund Sumner
Location: Brent, London, England, UK
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