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Park House

1940's building with modern renovation

Project Description

Park House was originally a 1940’s home which was entirely remodelled and designed by the well-known architect Zac Monro.  The construction process can be seen on Grand Designs by clicking the below link.

The works included a wrap around extension, major roof works, a full refurbishment and external cladding.  The build specification is extremely high throughout with a modern style.  The bi-folding doors blur the line between inside and outside spaces and create a feeling of tranquillity when looking outwards towards the greenery from the kitchen.

Bespoke carpentry is seen throughout the building from the kitchen to storage and doors.  The project was built in association with Rebuild London.

Works Summary

1. Wrap Around Extension
2. Full Refurbishment