Dalmore Road is a lovely rear extension with a large glazed roof area and glass doors to the extensive rear span. We worked closely with Mittleman Architects to ensure the client’s brief of an open space with no internal columns or walls was met.
The intended concept from Mittelman Architects was for the existing Victorian first floor to hang above with a glass support. Croft took this concept and produced a clear open span space. No column interrupted the living and dining area. Above the space the glass forms a division from the new extension and the Victorian building. Two beams are used to support the Victorian extension over.
The project in essence was a rear extension to a Victorian property, such projects are completed all over London every day. With a good architect and sensitive engineer, a run of the mill project can be transformed into something to ‘Wow’ friends and provide a great space to live in.
If you would like a better idea of what is involved on a project of this type go to Dalmore Road Project Drawings, Construction Methods & Techniques
Architect: Mittleman Architects
Contractor: David McKenna