Conservatory dining terrace rustic glass room industrial modern

A full glass conservatory can let you make the most of the light. Exposed brick walls and stone floors with wooden furniture create a wonderfully rustic feel.

Trombe - Internal photo of a dining room extension in London. It incorporates a structurally glazed roof supported on laminated glass fins and beams. The extension has minimal frame sliding doors to maximise the views to a picturesque garden. The glass has heat mirror technology to provide a comfortable internal environment.

Trombe - Internal photo of a dining room extension in London. It incorporates a structurally glazed roof supported on laminated glass…

Architect Adam Knibb has added a timber-clad extension to a house in Hampshire, which is connected to the former barn building by a frameless glass box.

Adam Knibb adds modern extension to Hampshire barn conversion

Gallery of Hurdle House / Adam Knibb Architects / Remodeling House / Rectangular Vertical Window / glass conector / glass material / conection new and old construction / wall window /

Architect Adam Knibb has added a timber-clad extension to a house in Hampshire, which is connected to the former barn building by a frameless glass box.

Adam Knibb adds modern extension to Hampshire barn conversion

Gallery of Hurdle House / Adam Knibb Architects / Remodeling House / Rectangular Vertical Window / glass conector / glass material / conection new and old construction / wall window /

Fantastic glass roof detail to really brighten up a living space.  www.methodstudio.london

Creating space in your home

Glass extension w mirror.Mapledene Road by Platform 5 Architects: Located at the back of the house, a glass roof and wall project out from the side of a renovated kitchen and bridge across to a brick garden wall.

The Visual Appeal of Monarch Glass in Architecture

The Visual Appeal of Monarch Glass in Architecture

Rick Mather glass extension

Rick Mather Architects has built a reputation for delivering high quality, innovative, award-winning projects.

Private farmhouse, Gloucester. The farmhouse is Grade II Listed and has absorbed changes and layers of occupation from the 17th century onwards. Today, its latest evolution sees the careful removal of unsympathetic extensions to the main house and the insertion of a modem glass structure, which bridges the gap between the two original buildings. Who are you calling "unsympathetic?"

The crumbling stone ruins of churches, farmhouses and barns are integrated into new structures that preserve and display their historic character while adding playful modern elements, like glass ad…

Interesting take on a glass extension

Interesting take on a glass extension This automatically, just by looking at it, shows how the modern glass extension, combines outside with in and vice versa

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