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Designer of bespoke properties, including new build luxury residences, remodelling existing properties, small extensions and conversions working with self builders and home owners across the UK. Self Build, New Build, Bespoke Luxury House Design, Property Remodel
Dramatic Remodel of 1930s Bungalow | Homebuilding & Renovating
Dean and Ann Furlong have transformed a dated 1930s property into a contemporary family home that makes the most of its enviable plot
This is a question I have asked myself and never found a straight answer. So, after some research and talking to various roofers and roofing merchants I started to get some sort of overall answer which was NO. However, I wasn't convinced and if you read on, you will see my thinking and then my personal experience, which may help you too.
Gallery of House in Ishikiri / Tato Architects - 3
Image 3 of 32 from gallery of House in Ishikiri / Tato Architects. Photograph by Shinkenchiku Sha
House extension by Guard Tillman Pollock features slices of glazing
Narrow slices of glazing break up the plain white facade of this London house extension, helping to visually separate it from the original house.