Shoreham Street / Project Orange
Completed in 2012 in . Shoreham Street, Sheffield 192 Shoreham Street is a Victorian industrial brick building sited at the edge of the Cultural Industries Quarter...
Dove House by Gundry & Ducker | Dezeen
London architects Gundry & Ducker have added a blackened larch extension onto the rear of a Victorian terrace in south London. The stained timber structure doubles the size of the existing kitchen, adding extra width as well as depth. Skylights on the pitched roof of the new structure increase natural light inside the house. The larch walls
HomeMade by Bureau de Change
Bureau de Change combines two London houses by punching through original walls and adding an glazed extension and a floating staircase.
The Jewel Box by Fraher Architects | Dezeen
London-based Fraher Architects have completed a house extension in Islington that is wrapped in larch batons and has a flower-covered roof. Adjoining the rear of the listed house, the timber-clad extension contains a study and a dining room with an oversized glass door to the garden. Benches and fences lining this garden terrace are made of
House renovation by BAST contrasts old brick base with metal extension
Toulouse architects BAST have renovated a derelict house in the French city by adding a corrugated steel extension that contrasts with the existing masonry.
Walls reflect light into Greenlea Road extension by GKMP Architects
GKMP Architects added glazed white tiles to the angular walls of this extension to a semi-detached Dublin house to help to direct sunlight inside.
Sandwich House: Addition Turns Brick A-Frame to Green Box
Conceptually clean yet utterly extreme, this strange-looking solution is theoretically unremarkable - a pop-up addition raising the roof and adding level to an existing home. Yet the contrast of old and new couldn't be more vivid. Zawelski Architecture Group came up with this solution in part t ...
Robert Dye Architects extends a London mews house
London studio Robert Dye Architects renovate and extend a mews house in Primrose Hill, London, shifting the entire end wall to create space