Paul Archer uses board-marked concrete and glass for London house extension

Coarse concrete walls contrast transparent glazing in this extension designed by Paul Archer Design to create a light-filled kitchen and dining room for a north London house. London-based Paul Archer Design added the 15-square-metre addition to the rear of Tibur House to create a bright, open-planned kitchen, dining area and lounge at ground level. The architects removed a side wall at the rear of the property

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Day House by Paul Archer Design is a zinc-clad home slotted into an existing London terrace

This zinc-clad mews house in London by Paul Archer Design looks like a two-storey home from the front, but actually contains four storeys inside (+ slideshow). Day House by Paul Archer Design was built for a couple who previously lived in an apartment and wanted more space. It replaces a 1970s house in Islington, London, […]

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Paul Archer Design pairs glass with marble for extension to a remodelled London townhouse

A glossy black marble wall divides the glass facade of this extension to a 19th-century townhouse in north London by local architecture office Paul Archer Design (+ slideshow). The five-storey property is located within a conservation area in Islington, north London. As well as adding an extension, Paul Archer Design has completely remodelled the interior to create a family home more suited […]

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