Gresford Architects adds pink concrete extension to a Victorian house in London

May 29, 2019

Besides creating a larger kitchen and living space at the end of the two-storey Ritson Road property, Gresford Architects has created an extension with a sunken seating area to the Victorian house, featuring its pink walls inside and out. Coloured concrete used to construct the extension remains exposed internally and forms a spine along the centre of the ground floor. The concrete surface connects the living space. It has been constructed from pink fair-faced concrete. The extension separates the closet wing and the main house, thus creating extra usable space. Rooms to the front of the house were remodelled to accommodate a new kitchen, with a dining area inserted into a space between the kitchen and living room. Its dinning area features wood burning stove, while handmade green tiles contrast the bare terracotta walls.

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