Typical London terrace houses relate superbly well to their streets but connect weakly with their gardens, so much of our work with London homes is about helping the house to make friends with its garden.

For this project, we did this with new technologies and materials, by constructing a new glass extension that connected this listed Georgian house to its outdoor space and re-arranged the internal ground-floor living space. Measuring six square metres, it is believed to be the smallest project ever to win a RIBA Award for Architecture. 

1997 RIBA Award for Architecture

Area: 6 sq m

Structural Engineer: Techniker