Woronzow Road, St Johns Wood, London by Neil Tomlinson Architects

November 26, 2015

Woronzow Road- This project is located in St John’s Wood Conservation Area in North London within a Grade II listed Victorian four-storey 250 square metre building.

The brief was to create a speculative dwelling that would be generous and distinct in feel and thereby suited to London’s international property market. A striking suspended staircase unifies the existing refurbished rooms of the house with the new spaces.

It is made of 27 of stainless steel 10mm diameter rods that create a permeable circulation route ensuring the overall effect is both voluminous and well-lit.

The staircase in this project is integral to the general feel and character of the remodeling of the building and gives it a distinct identity. To offer additional space, Neil Tomlinson Architects has designed a new basement extension.

CLIENT: SIZONA

- ARCHITECT: NEIL TOMLINSON ARCHITECTS

- PHOTOGRAPHER: AGNESE SANVITO

 

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