Vertical boarding and the ridge level roof light emphasises the height of the room.
Splayed ingoes make the most of the small roof lights.
The new attic stair follows the pattern of the original stair below.
Made of steel, the new stair is a lighter version of the original stone stair. Timber treads make the stair more tactile.
The timber lining follows the oval geometry of the stair.
Relocating the the sink from the window allows the table to be set closer to the light.
Bounded by a frame, the base and cupboard units become a single item.
The liner arrangement makes most of the limited space.
The clean lines allow the character of original house to come through.
Improvised light shade