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  • The Nest, designed by Shaun Lockyer Architects, carefully considers the needs and wants for a growing family with a long-term future of the home in mind.

  • The owners of this semi-detached home were looking to utilise their generous garden space and extend their property out to not only the rear, but also to the side.

  • This classic London maisonette was given a contemporary make-over, thanks to the addition of a side return extension. With this added space, our architects renovated the entire layout of the home.

  • This bright and welcoming family practice for an energetic young dentist started out as a quirky lavender coloured cottage. Jeffries Studio designed a complete interior fit-out that keyed in seamlessly with the overall architectural vision.

  • A full interior refresh to a family home in Brisbane’s Inner North.

  • A full interior renovation for a 1970s unit in Brisbane.

  • This modernist house was designed in 1957 by Architect Vitaly Gzell. Sixty years later, it has undergone an extensive interior and exterior refurbishment to create a stylish yet liveable home for a busy family.

  • An imaginative conversion of a seventeenth-century heritage property that has transformed a neglected agricultural building into a stunning, characterful home.

  • A cosy and rustic log cabin in Iver – creating the perfect place to warm up on a winter’s night.

  • A new-build investment property for Air BnB guests and other short-term rental clients. One bedroom, one bathroom and open-plan kitchen / sitting room.

  • A beautiful penthouse apartment with stunning views of Canary Wharf and the East End of London.

  • A new build house on the site of a former Victorian walled garden on the outskirts of a picturesque town in West Berkshire, United Kingdom.

  • Stego is the refurbishment + extension of a traditional 1980’s end-of-terrace house in south London.

  • A bijou 1 bedroom apartment in East London styled for short term rental.

  • Contemporary furniture and lighting add personality to the open plan 1500 sqft apartment. Dark grey panelling and a mix of natural linens with rich luxurious velvets add warmth with flashes of brass bringing a luxe feel to the master bedroom.

  • A 3 bedroom maisonette a stone’s throw from London’s Brick Lane which had been recently renovated and needed a few finishing touches.

  • A 1930’s family home in South-East London featuring an extension and custom designed kitchen to create a modern interior with traditional influences.

  • A 1930’s detached that needed updating and furnishing to create an inviting and family friendly home.

  • An open plan kitchen, living room diner that needed to be practical, sophisticated and beautiful.

  • The clients requested a room that was serene, relaxing and calm. A place they could escape to at the end of a hectic day.

  • The client’s brief was to create a calm, fun and girly bedroom for a little girl transitioning from her nursery into a room that would grow with her over the years and could evolve in time.

  • The client’s brief was to create a fresh and contemporary feel to this Edwardian house in desperate need of updating.

  • A contemporary home in Buckinghamshire belonging to a family of three, with the need of some help from Interior Therapy in updating their Guest bedroom.

  • We were called in to design a scheme for a run down looking private dining room in a gastro pub in Kensington.

  • A newly built loft conversion for a Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom.

  • Folds Inside was brought in to give an insipid master bedroom a much needed facelift.

  • A contemporary penthouse near one of two newly-built towers of residential properties in Stockholm.

  • A contemporary penthouse in Stockholm. A 5 bedroom 120 sqm apartment with elevator straight in to the apartment.

  • We’ve breathed new life into this large and imposing 1920s family home by opening it up to the substantial gardens and creating open plan living spaces where the family could come together.

  • A modern yet timeless space which maximises natural light and the views towards the garden. We completely remodelled the rear of the house, reorienting the kitchen and dining area towards the garden.

  • A bold and unusual extension to a Victorian end-of-terrace house in Stoke Newington. Focused around a double-height internal courtyard; the project employs a palette of richly coloured and textured materials to create a unique and unusual family home.

  • The client approached us to extend her small 1950’s infill terraced house to create a more usable kitchen/dining area with better connection to the garden. The existing house had low ceilings and awkward living spaces. The brief was to create a bright and open living space with materials of quality and character.

  • Located within the Barnsbury Conservation Area, Islington, the project involved the full refurbishment and two-storey rear extension of a Victorian semi-detached house.

  • A contemporary courtyard house. Built using a hybrid of traditional construction methods but utilising prefabricated timber panels from Slovenia.

  • A minimal, yet cosy, home in St Albans, UK.

  • A Victorian terraced house in North London, we created generous ground floor and first floor extensions, loft conversion and complete interior refurbishment.

  • This full flat refurbishment is located in East London near Old Street. One side of the apartment is a stunning double-height space, with a fully glazed aspect. An open mezzanine houses the master bedroom and bathroom.

  • A contemporary new-build home in west London. Three stories and basement, with 6 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms.

  • A contemporary home in Kent, the building concept forming from the architectural typologies within the surroundings, the result being a sequence of dramatic experiences linked to their garden.

  • The new owners wanted modern interior design, to complement the property’s exciting architecture. We replaced the developer’s design look with a scheme that feels contemporary but also personal.

  • This project extends a maisonette that had previously been converted from an early Victorian house. A series of spaces are connected for improved daylight and views.

  • We were tasked with bringing new and eclectic life to this beautiful Victorian Terrace for our clients.

  • This was a big passion project for us, an old wreck nestled in awesome De Beauvoir, Hackney. We took a tired 1890’s cottage and re designed every inch of it utilising its beautiful original bones.

  • This Victorian mid terraced family house in Queens Park was given a full scale back-to-brick refurbishment, including a side return extension and loft conversion, to add an additional bedroom en-suite.

  • Jackdaw Studio created a stylish and flexible new headquarters for The Beyond Collective at 87 Weston Street. The space has been designed for collaborative working and optimised for hot desking.

  • An Edwardian home in Chatham stacked with original features lived in by a family of four and a cat.

  • Using mid century modern and Nordic style as inspiration, My-Studio transformed this 3-storey townhouse for a design-savvy professional couple in West London.

  • A Victorian Villa in Hammersmith. We transformed the ground floor from a series of small dark rooms into a contemporary open plan space in an Urban Rustic style.

  • This stunning studio apartment in Gothenburg, Sweden is where minimalism meets industrialism. Featuring a gorgeous exposed brick wall alongside sleek, black furniture and pale grey walls, this space really has the best of both worlds.

  • This lovely family home is found in Gothenburg, Sweden. It’s classic Scandinavian style combines minimalism and beauty with the functionality and cosiness needed for a family.

  • An inviting turn of the century apartment found in Gothenburg. The spacious open-plan living area and bedroom styled with neutral tones make this a home of dreams – and that’s before you get to the gorgeous balcony!

  • A gorgeous open-plan apartment with a striking monochrome colour scheme. With floor-to-ceiling windows to thank for the brightness, this sleek, minimalist space is truly stunning.

  • Elin styled this light and airy Gothenburg space in partnership with Grey Deco for estate agency, Stadshem.

  • In Elin’s classic Scandinavian style, this Gothenburg space was created in partnership with Grey Deco for estate agency, Stadshem.

  • When it comes to inspiration, where better to look than the home of an interior designer? Elin Odnegård’s home in Sweden is beautifully minimalist with a touch of bold seventies vibes.

  • The perfect apartment for entertaining. With a striking big kitchen and a intelligently planned space, this home is light and airy using natural materials and shades of grey for just the right amount of cosiness.

  • A tasteful raw and robust industrial space meets modern materials and the perfect touch of greenery.