Architecture office Trewhela Williams has completed a minimalist renovation of a mews house in north London, adding a bespoke timber facade to animate its street-facing elevation.
The home, which is set in the Belsize Park Conservation Area, originally featured a disused garage that took up a sizeable portion of the floor plan on the ground floor and blocked off any connection to the street outside.
Trewhela Williams has renovated a mews house in north London
Trewhela Williams was brought on board to optimise the home’s ground floor and convert the garage to provide additional living space.
The project focused on opening up the dark and insular interior to views of the
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