Daytrip creates calm broken-plan interior for Edwardian home in west London

Warm, tactile materials and rich colours are balanced with a newfound sense of openness in this early 20th-century house that architecture studio Daytrip has renovated and extended in London.

Queen’s Park House is a double-fronted Edwardian property – set in the titular west London neighbourhood – which Daytrip has taken from a series of run-down and characterless bedsits to a calm, contemporary home for a TV producer and his family.

An understated foyer leads into Queen’s Park House

As the house had lost many of its Edwardian features, the studio devised contemporary takes on these details.

Among them are the cherry wood “portals” by London carpenter Studio Manolo, which have

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