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David Nossiter ArchitectsDavid Nossiter Architects

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Address: 52 South Vale, London SE19 3BA
Telephone: 020 8251 8978

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About David Nossiter Architects

Based close to Crystal Palace in South London, David Nossiter Architects is a multi-award winning studio who specialise in custom-designed residential projects, including new-build homes, renovations and barn conversions, for both rural and urban locations.

The practice has significant experience undertaking projects involving listed buildings and conservation areas, working to create durable, honest but spatially complex architecture that suits not only the needs of the clients but also of the overall surroundings.

The practice has received widespread coverage in both the mainstream and architectural press and has picked up numerous awards for their projects including a prestigious Sunday Times British Homes Award in 2017.

IDSystems projects

IDSystems and David Nossiter Architects have worked closely together on a number of projects, helping to create light-filled contemporary spaces within a range of bespoke residential builds, from extensions to complete barn conversions.

Church Hill Barn, Suffolk
One of the studios post iconic projects, Church Hill Barn in the stunning Suffolk countryside won a Sunday Times British Homes Award. The complete renovation turned a dilapidated 5,000 square foot Suffolk barn into a cathedral-like space created an open plan living space in the heart of Constable Country. The finished project includes two sets of Grand Slider II sliding doors along with large fixed frame windows, top hung IDS300 slim windows and single glazed aluminium door.

Photography by Steve Lancefield

Kitsbury Road, London
Set in the middle of a row of Victorian terraced houses in the Hertfordshire town of Berkhamstead, this family home is situated within a conservation area, so when the owners wanted to extend the living spaceĀ  to incorporate an open-plan kitchen diner they turned to David Nossiter Architects for the design. The end result is a single storey extension, with a three-panel set of SF55 bifold doors integrated with a fixed frame window to create a complete glazed screen across the entire ground floor rear elevation, filling the house full of natural light and when open seamlessly connect the house and garden.

Photography by Steve Lancefield

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