This project in a private Belgravia mews includes the complete internal reorganisation of internal accommodation with the addition of a basement and conversion of the existing garage. The kitchen will be relocated to the basement so that living spaces at ground floor can be enlarged. Sections of glass flooring at ground floor will allow light […]

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Multiple extensions to a 1950s suburban house doubling the original floor area. The street elevation (East) maintains a traditional tile hung appearance whilst a more contemporary treatment has been given to the rear elevation (West) with floor to ceiling glazing. A frameless glazed corner window gives the kitchen maximum views to the garden and allows […]

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Contemporary rear extension to 1930’s detached house in London, which provides flexible family and entertaining space. Folding sliding doors allow space to open completely to the garden with an enlarged ‘reading step’ with canopy over the delightful garden. Low profile rooflights ensure light penetration to all central rooms.

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Extension to 1950’s suburban house to provide a studio for a botanical illustrator together with breakfast and utility rooms. Whilst presenting the new studio as a simple brick box, fenestration patterns of the existing 1950’s Scott Brownrigg house have been repeated to unify the whole. The introduction of stack bonded brickwork and a stepped façade […]

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We were approached by a client to look at the feasibility of unlocking the potential of a site currently containing a small office building at the end of a residential terrace. Our proposal was for two urban ‘upside down’ houses with internal courtyards and lightwells which maximise use of the site and avoid overlooking issues. […]

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Welcome

D-10 Architects is an RIBA Chartered Practice formed in 2012 by Andrew Day. We are based in Guildford and deliver contemporary and traditional residential and commercial architecture of the highest quality throughout Surrey and London.

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