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Dusheiko House by Neil Dusheiko

Dusheiko House is a radical remodelling of a Victorian terrace house by Neil Dusheiko. The property is located in North London, United Kingdom.

As it is a home for my family, it was a chance to experiment with space and materiality and to explore ideas about what “home making” meant to us.
There were a number of key problems the existing layout presented that needed to be solved:


The east facing kitchen and dining were one level down from the street, all rooms were split up into a series of dark internal spaces with poor light and no connection to the garden. To access the lower level and the kitchen, you had to go along a corridor and down a dark staircase through an internal room with no light. Our designs solved the poor light and circulation issues by moving the staircase to the opposite wall which now connects the living room space directly to the kitchen and dining space. We removed part of the rear facade to allow for a large sloped double storey skylight bringing light into the two levels. As one walks down the wooden clad staircase there is a direct visual connection to the garden. The diagonal view across the space makes the home seem bigger. The emphasis is on using durable natural materials ? different species of wood and stone. The detailing on the staircase with the Sapele swept handrails with a Georgian profile continues throughout the house. The loft staircase is made of laser cut steel with floating risers all...
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