Tooting terrace Remodelling

We’re excited to begin designs for the complete remodelling of the home of a furniture aficionado and her family. The design involves rethinking the vertical circulation of the existing building to create more organic spatial relationships.


Brixton House

Some first images from our loft extension in Brixton. The key design element providing the spatial organisation of the loft is a floor to ceiling wardrobe/storage wall. The divider creates a ‘hidden’ en-suite whilst simultaneously providing plenty of storage space for the master bedroom.


Patio House

Our South London extension to a Victorian end-of-terrace is on site and nearing completion. Titled patio house the kitchen extension makes use of the patio as an 'additional' room, visually extending the kitchen beyond the new sliding doors.


Brixton house - roof and rear extension

Our scheme for comprehensive remodelling of this Victorian mid terrace in Brixton already received Planning consent last year. Works to the new loft extension have now started on site. The reconfiguration works to the ground floor, providing an open-plan kitchen and dining area are expected to take place later this year. 


Patio House

Urban living often challenges our concept of a family home. This 4-bedroom house in South London has a tiny kitchen and badly connected outdoor space. Our consented scheme not only enlarges the kitchen but in fact forms a new room, which transitions seamlessly between inside and outside.



Studioort are pleased to announce that planning consent has been granted for Vitrine-House. The proposal reconfigures a two-storey Victorian mid-terrace in a conservation area in West London. A sheltered vitrine-like external space serves as a link between the old and the new and transforms the existing typology. Drawing inspiration from Japanese rock gardens, the space can be seen from various rooms in the house and adds a third aspect to the existing street and garden-aspect.