Roz Barr Architects (RBA) has completed the conversion and extension of a former pub in Fulham, west London.
As well as adding a new mews house to the plot, the project in Lillie Road overhauled the existing structure to create new flats and a shop in the basement and ground floor.
According to the practice, a central courtyard with its large ash tree became the focus for the London-brick clad scheme.
In a statement RBA said: ‘The new three-bedroom mews house offered full height glazing with an internal double height courtyard that framed the main living space.
‘The existing coach house of the public house was extended in reclaimed London stock and the rear elevation of the block was clad in slate tiles. The new oak communal stair case was inserted between the exposed existing brick elevation and the new extension.
‘Top lit rooms and a mix of two and three-bedroom duplex apartments with self contained roof terraces to the main road completed the development.’