Interior Transformation: Lessons for LBMV Architects

The reinvigoration of existing housing is a common but often challenging prospect. Here we look at LBMV Architects’ Belsize Park Project, a striking and highly polished example of transformation done right

Combining Italian design influence and advanced technology, The Belsize Park Project is the latest venture from architecture firm LBMV Architects. Transforming the layout and interior of a 20th century North London home, the project incorporates superior quality, material innovation and distinctive design.

LBMV Architects explore bold materials, glass and statement wood panelling throughout the property, as well as simple white walls and sliding doors to incorporate natural light into the elegant design.

The project involved the replacement of an existing rear and side extension, as well as the full reconfiguration of all three floors to create an airy, open-plan space.  

Combining utility and comfort, storage solutions are integrated into every aspect of the interior design, with built-in cabinet and wardrobes throughout creating minimal aesthetics, meaning that practical features don’t compromise on style.

“Richly textured wood partition walls are used to zone the separate rooms downstairs, providing long perspectives and creating a controlled focal point with a wealth of natural character,” said the architects.