The proposed design for a Victorian House in Lewisham by Neil Dusheiko Architects retains the structural fabric of the existing house and recent extension but carves into the interior with double height voids and lightwells, to be filled with art and planting.
The emphasis on verticality means that the house will have a grander sense of scale and form. This offers a fitting counterpoint to the artwork and a graffiti mural that will be specially commissioned for the house. By adding a home workspace on the uppermost floor and creating an open-plan living area on the ground floor, the house will also be an excellent base for the homeowner – a young working professional.
Anticipated start on site: Summer 2022
Read the full article in the Architects’ Journal.