This family of six had outgrown the existing footprint of their house, with the small crowded kitchen being the focal point of their family life. Square Feet Architects resolved their space dilemma by removing an internal wall between the kitchen and adjacent living room to create one larger open plan kitchen-dining-living space. Photography by Jeremy Coleman.
Allum Lane is a project designed by Square Feet Architects. New build house conceived to cater for multi-generational extended family living. The house is based on a cruciform plan with primary, secondary and circulation spaces informally defined in space and structure. The exterior uses a traditional contextual material – brick – in a modern, sculptural form together with expansive areas of glass bringing great light and views onto the re-landscaped rear garden. Photography by Rick McCullagh
Thurlow Road is a project designed by Square Feet Architects. Situated in Hampstead, Thurlow Road is a new residential property nestled among stucco villas. The 300m2 three-storey house takes inspiration from nearby modernist buildings, creating a development that effectively contributes to the architectural landscape of the area. By adopting a warm palette of materials alongside distinctive interiors, Square Feet consider how each element of the home relates to one another, producing a property that responds to the needs of the client. Photography by Paul Smoothy.