Corner House

This recently completed project, guided by Fabrica Architecture, has brought a distinctive touch to Corner House. The summary of the project, outlined in the Architect’s drawings, encapsulates a meticulous transformation:

The project involved the removal of existing rear external walls at ground floor level, followed by the construction of a new single-storey side infill extension featuring a proposed green roof and roof lights. The ground floor level was further enhanced through a lowering process to accommodate the proposed rear extension area. Adding to the project’s versatility is the construction of a new outbuilding to the rear of the garden.

Internal wall alterations at the second floor levels, removal of 2No. front chimney breasts at the second floor level, and the construction of a new mezzanine floor between the second floor and roof level contribute to the architectural sophistication. The addition of 3No. new roof light openings to the existing main roof of the property illuminates the spaces within.

It’s noteworthy that the existing property is a Grade II listed end-of-terrace three-storey residential dwelling within the Stepney Green Conservation Area. The completed project not only respects its heritage but also introduces modern elements that complement its historical significance.

Project Architect: Fabrica Architecture
Photographs: Lloyd Taylor