This is Etch House by Fraher Architects and their sister joinery company Shape London. Lizzie and Joe - the directors of Fraher - gutted their Victorian terraced house and totally reconfigured the floors, walls and staircase to create a completely different space. It was fascinating to shoot something so different within the familiar confines of a South London terraced house (very familiar, 'cause I live in one!). There is more about the project in a write up on Dezeen: https://www.dezeen.com/2017/11/08/etch-house-fraher-architects-renovation-extension-london-uk/. Lots more photos below...Read More
A couple of weeks ago I shot a real feel-good project: local, environmentally-aware and beautiful. Chris Newman lives a couple of streets away from me, and over the last six years he has been transforming a typically cold and leaky Victorian house into a high-performance, warm, energy efficient family home.Read More
A few weeks ago I shot this really interesting residential extension and refurbishment in North London for Forrester Architects. The asymmetrical timber roof is painted with a special Swedish preservative paint that gives a stunning and unusual matt red finish.
A recent quick-turnaround commission of the newly completed Fetal Medicine Research Institute next to Denmark Hill station, for A21 Architects. The structure links a brand-new building into the terraced houses that are also part of the Institute.
A really interesting extension/renovation project I shot for Forrester Architects is featured on Dezeen: http://www.dezeen.com/2016/03/01/kenny-forrester-architects-harcombe-road-house-extension-north-london/