“It is dramatic yet still feels like a home because it is full of personality with so many interesting features and attention to detail. Excellent use of British craftsmanship.”
Sir Terence Conran
This unique residence in the leafy heart of Little Venice won The Daily Telegraph British Homes – Best Interior Design in 2011. The scheme was an extensive refurbishment of a redundant furniture store in a Victorian coach house and dilapidated, glass roofed workshop behind.
The Coach House was retained and carefully refurbished to provide a double height bedroom suite complete with dressing area and bathroom, while the utilitarian workshop to the rear was demolished and replaced with a triple height living space. Ground level leads through a hydraulically operated door into the garden outside, a basement media room borrows light via a structural glass floor.
The team worked closely with garden designer Chris Moss to make a seamless blend of interior to the small walled garden outside.
Winner of Interior Design category at The Daily Telegraph British Homes Awards 2011
A number of inter-related construction interventions in the two acre curtilage of this listed farmhouse enjoy spectacular long distance views across the…
JWA is a dedicated team of architects working with James Wells. Based in West Sussex we design for new build homes, extensions, barn conversions and orchestrate plans for historically important listed buildings to work in the 21st Century. Our sister practice James Wells Commercial handles design for commercial projects including hotels, bars, restaurants and offices.
We handle projects with a construction value of £400K upwards.