West London Mews House
Architect Tom Croft’s own home is a 1980s mews house, tucked at the end of a gravel road in west London. He remodelled this “urban cottage” in 2012, completely rebuilding one wing of the L-shaped house; the ground floor is open plan, with the living area to one side and a kitchen-diner to the other, both spaces wrapping around an outdoor courtyard visible through floor-to-ceiling glazing. Upstairs, the main bedroom includes a contemporary take on an oriel window, a glazed box that protrudes over the courtyard below.
Photography: Luke White