House in Hampstead: A 1926 Detached Home’s Modern Transformation
In the heart of London’s esteemed Hampstead, Mark Zudini masterfully revitalized the House in Hampstead, an extension to a historic detached house built in 1926.
With the prime objective of crafting a timeless ambiance, Zudini seamlessly blended the home’s rich history with modern design elements, resulting in spaces both warm and grand—perfect for gatherings large and small.
About House in Hampstead
In the heart of London’s renowned Hampstead, the “House in Hampstead” underwent a transformative facelift. Originally built in 1926, this home had sadly lost many of its historic features. However, with a vision to blend its age-old charm with modern flair, it’s now reborn.
Rediscovering Past Elegance
Drawing from the home’s initial blueprints, Mark Zudini uncovered plans for a spacious sitting room centered around a cozy fireplace. He not only revived this space, but also expanded it, ensuring it’s ideal for both grand gatherings and intimate chats. Additionally, he cleverly utilized the old garage and even added a new section at the back.
Seamlessly Merging Eras
In a bold move, Zudini introduced stairs alongside a towering 7m (approximately 23 feet) wall dedicated to art displays. This striking feature, surrounded by open space, injects a contemporary touch. Consequently, it masterfully bridges the home’s historic allure with current design trends.
Photography courtesy of Mark Zudini
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