Architecture studio Trewhela Williams completes a minimal renovation project of a mews house located in north London. It adds a bespoke timber facade towards the elevation that faces the street. The home is set in the Belsize Park Conservation Area, with a disused garage taking up some space along the ground floor.
Now, the ground floor is optimized by the studio, converting the space to function as additional living space. The joinery creates a pared-back structure with simple forms inspired by American artist Donald Judd. Trewhela Williams speaks about the project to Dezeen, stating that “The existing garage doors along the street create quite a closed and guarded frontage. We wanted to create something that’s visually animated and provides a more open and engaging elevation.”
Image Credit: Trewhela Williams