Client: Connect construction
Architect: Yellow Door
Project type: bespoke joinery – residential loft conversion
Joinery requirements: Kitchen: base units, worktops, wardrobe, framed mirror, staircase, dining bench media unit, vanity unit
Address: North London


The client

Founded in 2006 Connect Construction specializes in main contracting on projects up to circa 500k and carpentry and general build subcontracting up to £1m.

Having fostered a successful business relationship when working on previous joinery projects together, Connect Construction approach the joinery with their latest project requirements. We were asked to carry out the following joinery works for a residential loft conversion: kitchen, base units, worktops, wardrobe, framed mirror, staircase, dining bench, media unit, and bathroom vanity unit. 

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Our approach

Being a residential project, we knew that we would need to work as quickly as possible so as not to disrupt the family’s day-too-day home life.

From start to finish the duration of the project lasted eight weeks. Being a compact space we knew that we would need think about designing clever storage solutions. This would help keep clutter to a minimum and to help make the most of the space and create the illusion of a large bright space.

The loft floor plan

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The gallery

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Cupboard and draw unit

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Kitchen view

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Kitchen view

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We hope you enjoyed reading about the project. If you have any questions or would like to discuss your own project with us, get in touch.

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