New town house in Twickenham, London
A new five bedroomed house in a sensitive area of Twickenham that replaced an unattractive, utilitarian extension built in the 1950 which failed to harmonise with the surrounding properties. The house was designed to provide family accommodation and it fits unobtrusively into the existing row of early eighteenth century houses, using high quality, traditional details and materials. The resulting design is an attractive town house that enhancing the surrounding Conservation Area. The house has since won an award under the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames Conservation and Design Awards Scheme in 1991.
Designed by Robert Adam