Amos Goldreich turns old dark Victorian house into light and spacious home

Amos Goldreich turns old dark Victorian house into light and spacious home

A young family asked Amos Goldreich to redesign and extend their Victorian terraced house in Islington, a district in Greater London, and create bright and spacious home, that perfectly complements the needs of their growing family.

“This project comprises of a side and roof extension, as well as extensive internal refurbishment. Featuring open-plan kitchen, dining and living areas on the ground and lower-ground floors, Elfort Road House has been transformed from dark and cluttered into light and spacious. Our clients, a young family of three, required a larger property with extensive space. The brief was to create a light, airy, family-friendly environment: an abode featuring sophisticated simplicity, clever uses of space, an open-plan feel for entertaining, contemporary touches, yet with a respect for the original period style and featuring high-quality, timeless design. The spaces for eating, living and working are arranged over an open series of half-levels, exploiting volume and light. Removing the third bedroom at the first half-landing resulted in a study half the depth and a spacious double-height living room. This creates a visual connection between the dining room, kitchen, front living room and study. Energy efficient features, including LED lighting and new plumbing with underfloor heating in the kitchen and dining area, also add aesthetic uniformity and reduce clutter. All windows were replaced with double-glazed, timber windows,” says Amos Goldreich

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Dining room
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Playroom
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Kid’s room
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Stairs to master bedroom
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Master bedroom
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Floor plan