Rigby & Rigby’s project SW3 125 featured in Dezeen
Rigby & Rigby worked alongside Rodić Davidson Architects to transform two artists’ studios in Chelsea, London into a family home that is filled with the client’s eclectic furniture and art collection.
The transformative project took nearly three years to complete with the existing façade of the property being retained with a new building created behind. Rigby & Rigby stripped out a whole floor to create a double-height living space. The extensive open-plan room is subtly divided into different areas for relaxing, lounging and dining. All that remains of the original first floor is the home office that sits on a mezzanine level. Three bedrooms, playroom, utility area and cloakroom, are all located on the lower ground floor that was excavated from under the original structure by Rigby & Rigby and spreads out beneath the garden.
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The painted white walls are an ideal backdrop for the owner’s collection of contemporary art, full of vibrancy, colours and character, an artistic flare reflective of the origins of the building.
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