Dulwich House Images, South London Residence Extension, Architect, 1930s Property Design
House in Dulwich, Refurbished Property
Refurbished 1930s Home in south east London, England Property design by studio octopi architects
19 Apr 2011
New Property in Dulwich
Barnett House, Dulwich, London, UK
Starting on site late summer 2011
£150,000 private house extension in Dulwich
studio octopi have been granted planning permission for a new house in Dulwich, a single storey extension in south east London. The extension’s appearance and detailing is a direct response to the well preserved 1930s architecture of the property. The 1930s were a rampant period of homebuilding, strong orthogonal forms with repetitive and economic structural rhythms dominated the architecture and furnishings.
Situated within The Dulwich Estate, the extension’s Douglas Fir structure is a continuing theme within our work. A subtle shift in the alignment of the rear elevation’s columns plus the engagement with the existing structure provide an intriguing dialogue with the period property.
Contemporary Dulwich Property images / information from studio octopi Architects
studio octopi Architects, England, UK
Location: Dulwich Estate, South London, England, UK
Contemporary London Architecture
London Architecture Designs – chronological list
London Architectural Tours by e-architect – tailored city walks
Dulwich Buildings – selection on e-architect
The Old Bakery – a new architect’s studio
photography : Timothy Soar
Architects’ Studio in East Dulwich
College Road Houses
Architects: Thompson + Baroni
image courtesy of architects
College Road Houses in Dulwich
photo courtesy of LFA
Dulwich Pavilion Building
Design: Renzo Piano Building Workshop
Recognised districts in Dulwich include Dulwich Village (which includes the traditional village centre) ; West Dulwich (which is a mainly residential area bordering West Norwood and Tulse Hill) and Herne Hill (the Southwark half, which forms the North Dulwich Triangle, borders Brixton, Denmark Hill, Loughborough Junction and Tulse Hill).
East Dulwich, despite its name, is not part of Dulwich, but is a subdivision of Peckham.
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