Elm Bank Gardens
This Victorian house has been transformed by connecting the ground floor rooms, creating a structured enfilade of spaces where boundaries between uses are blurred to provide the family with multiple modes of living.
The formal living space at the front of the house is linked to the kitchen via a small bar, located in the old lightwell. The kitchen/dining space, bathed in natural light, is characterised by a monochrome palette, with a concrete floor and white washed walls which extend out into the refurbished garden, culminating into an outdoor kitchen and seating area.
The once damp cellar has been converted into a new wine cellar and utility space.
Photos: Fred Howarth