This whole house reconfiguration, refurbishment and glass extension in Islington has featured in Channel 4’s Extraordinary Extensions with Tinnie Tempah, it was selected for the Don’t Move Improve exhibition, invited to open for London Open House and has been published in several magazines.

Architecture and design magazine Stir World writes: 

“Edwards Rensen Architects turns a derelict Victorian house into a minimalist haven. This period home in Islington, London, saw a dramatic transfiguration including opening up the cellular ground floor and adding a striking steel stair.” 

Stir World magazine 

London Open House invited our clients to open this renovation and extension project to the public.

New London Architecture selected this project for their Don’t Move Improve exhibition.

International architecture and design magazine Wallpaper* writes: 

“The pared-down aesthetic of these minimalist interiors is cleverly matched with sustainable and smart interventions throughout, making this home a perfect balance of looks and functionality.” 

Wallpaper* magazine 

Our client says, 

“We particularly appreciated that ERA were always willing to see it as a collaboration, taking on board our needs and design choices, without trying to push us in one direction, while also providing honest feedback.” 

This glass extension project in Islington, with sliding doors by ODC was also published in Gardens Illustrated and Livingetc Magazine