Interior remodeling of a family home within the St. John's Wood Conservation Area, which was originally constructed as an artist’s studio in the 1800s.
We worked closely with our client, the owners and occupiers of the property, to design a series of changes to the internal layout of the rooms, creating hard-working, multi-functional spaces suited to the day-to-day needs of a busy family, with moments of luxury and delight.
Goode Architecture assembled a creative team of craftspeople to realise a carefully-detailed series of spaces, using natural materials. This includes custom-made metalwork by creative fabricator John Aspery, and feature leatherwork panels by Genevieve Bennett.
The property is a building of merit within the St John’s Wood Conservation Area, and all works have been undertaken with careful consideration of the local character and attention to scale, materials, details and form.
St. John's Wood, London
2017 - 2018
Design - Construction