Carson Road

Carson Road

Knox Bhavan Architects was appointed to remodel a Victorian house in Dulwich which had been poorly converted into three flats in the 1960s and to reconvert it into a family home.

Knox Bhavan Architects was appointed to remodel a Victorian house in Dulwich, which had been poorly converted into three flats in the 1960s, and to reconvert it into a family home.

The house – three storeys with a semibasement – had to be completely gutted before refurbishment could commence.

Simple, carefully detailed joinery using responsibly sourced timber articulates the remodelled house, introducing clean modern lines while enhancing its Victorian elegance.

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