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Emil Eve Architects uses colour block in loft extension

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Emil Eve Architects uses colour blocking in loft extension

This monochromatic loft extension by Emil Eve Architects is all pale pink. It was designed for a house located in east London.

Color blocking was used by the London-based studio to combine the different elements of the Narford Road loft’s surfaces, furniture, and joinery.

A loft conversion makes it possible to create a bedroom in the house.

Emma Perkin, co-founder of Studio, said that the goal is to create an atmosphere of calm in the space used as a bedroom.

The couple, a married couple, had two young children and wanted a space that would feel like a sanctuary from the chaos below.

Perkin stated to Dezeen, “Her brief for us had been to create a calm and mature space that was only suitable for adults.”

Shelves and cupboards in bed and window in Narford Road Loft extension by Emil Eve ArchitectsThe whole room has been painted in a pale pink color

The loft extension was required to be minimalistic because the house is in a natural reserve. The architect firm designed a mansard roof that would replace the house’s butterfly roof.

The space feels more spacious and bright thanks to its mansard-shaped shape and the wide windows.

Bed dressing area and window in the Narford Road loft extension by Emil Eve ArchitectsThe design also includes shelves and built-in wardrobes

You can also make the most out of your space with tailor-made carpentry.

Emil Eve Architects built-in wardrobes, a window seat and a window sill into the room to create a dressing area that is floor-to-ceiling. The slatted frame frames the other side of this room and integrates storage space as well as a headboard.

En-suite bathroom in bed and window in Narford Road loft extension by Emil Eve ArchitectsThe en-suite bathroom was designed with stronger patterns in mind

The loft is almost entirely covered in pale pink, a Little Greene shade called China Clay Mid.

The wood floor is left natural while the handles are made from polished brass.

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“We looked at different material palettes, but quickly agreed on the idea of ​​color blocking to create a sense of calm and bring all of the rooms together,” said Perkin.

“The clay pink color was selected because it is beautiful in all light and weather conditions. It holds the shadows created from the slat joinery as well as the shapes of this room.”

Shower in the loft extension Narford Road by Emil Eve Architects Black and white terrazzo tile tiles are used to cover the floor

The en-suite bath is a mix of textures and colors. It is tucked away in the corner.

The tiles of terrazzo flooring are in graphic black and white. They contrast well with the walls made from pale-toned plaster. The large skylight above the walk in shower adds to the room’s grandeur.

Exterior view of the loft extension Narford Road by Emil Eve ArchitectsThe space was created by a new mansard roofing.

Perkin and Ross Perkin run Emil Eve Architects. Studio also works on a converted warehouse in London’s Clerkenwell, and an extension for a farmhouse in Wiltshire.

Mariell Lind Hansen takes the photographs.

Project credit

ArchitectEmil Eve Architects
Project Architect Emma Perkin
Contractor Tuga Contractors Ltd
Building control Quadrant building control
Ensuite plasterer:Finishes of the MUD
Terrazzo tiles:Mosaic factory
Flooring made from AshWoodflooring Engineered Ltd
ColorLittle green
Sanitary items Stone luxury
Lighting: rturo Alvarez, Flos, Tom Dixon

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