DGA have been commissioned to design an ultra-contemporary new family home in the quiet suburbs of Teddington. Our clients want to maximise the potential of the site by filling the plot edge-to-edge, while excavating a terraced garden to open up the lower ground floor. We are currently proposing multiple designs to the client as part…

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As part of our restoration of their listed Georgian townhouse, our client wanted to clear their dark and overgrown garden to create a bright and spacious social space to enjoy long summer evenings with family and friends. While our work on the house itself was focused on sympathetic restoration rather than bold reinvention, in the…

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DGA have been commissioned to design a new 10,000 sqft neo-Georgian mansion in Wimbledon. The house will be clad in Portland stone – a reference to the adjoining war monument – wish a traditional Welsh slate roof befitting its period inspirations. From its prime location at the entrance to Wimbledon Village, the site enjoys stunning…

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Work is progressing smoothly for our restoration of a riverside Building of Townscape Merit in Richmond. To make the most of its enviable location, we’re constructing a full-width extension/terrace overlooking one of the best views in London. This steel frame shows a clear outline of the new lower ground extension which will provide panoramic views…

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We recently visited our clients in Maida Terrace to see how they had settled in to their newly restored Victorian townhouse, while also taking the opportunity to photograph the now lived-in kitchen where, thankfully, the marble has survived two years of cooking and company. Marble is clearly the defining material in this kitchen and everything…

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Dyer Grimes Architecture have been commissioned to redevelop our client’s 8 acre country estate. The brief was to design a contemporary building to allow the client’s large family to live together at one time, Working with English Heritage officers, we negotiated a design solution that joined an ultra contemporary annex to the existing Grade II…

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Work is well underway on our restoration of a grand Victorian home in Richmond’s St. Matthias Conservation Area which had been subdivided into three flats. We are reuniting the house into a single dwelling as it was originally intended. This photo from before we began work on the house shows how the rear of this…

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With seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, a view overlooking Richmond park and a swimming pool with its own pool house, this 5,500 sqft palatial house is tantalisingly close to being a dream home for our clients. All that is holding it back is an overcomplicated ground floor plan severely lacking in flow, interior design a few…

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