Sawing to new heights
For a complete overall of the back of this 1930’s property, a ‘SAW TOOTH’ pitch roof was used to exploit the stepped terrace of Algiers road to allow one side to be higher than the other and creating a double height feel inside.
This was combined with a significant pergola built from steel and charred cladding with a cast concrete chimney and an external fire sitting as the centre piece on the decking.
The theme was continued inside with polished concrete floors and chimney breast which mirrors the concrete fireplace outside.
Nominated as one of London’s best extensions in the “Don’t move, improve” Awards it received exposure and praise from the The Times and Evening standard papers.