RIBA London Award

House in Wapping, London | Chris Dyson Architects

This simple, elegant extension to a grade II-listed building creates a seamless addition to the urban fabric. The new elevations draw strongly on the character and construction of existing buildings: a restrained sheer facade evolves into a sweeping semi-circle at the rear, referencing the language at the entrance to the historic dock.
Elevations are fine, bronze-framed windows elegantly proportioned with delicate stone cills and attention has been paid to the pointing. Window openings have four brick arches in a traditionally-bonded 225mm thick brick wall - all reinforcing the connection to the original Georgian building. 
With new spaces integrated well into the existing home, this lovely extension brings a period home discreetly into the modern day. 

Source: RIBA Journal