Listed building consent and planning permission were granted for changes and an extension to an interesting artist's studio, attached to a listed terrace in St John's Wood, London. The studio was designed and used by the flamboyant architect J W Wild, whose works included the V&A Museum of Childhood. The permission we obtained saw sensitive internal changes to the house with a reconfiguration of a later addition, including a new glass-fronted extension.
Client: Private householder
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2012 and 2011