looks like there is a slot of glassabove roof and below beam to first floor- must be very high existing ceilings- great idea in this West London House

West London House bright, light can enter, extension in glass, conservatory/ sunroom, terrace and garden

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VCDesign Architectural Services like the simplicity & shallow roof of this rear extension Agree, wonder if we can get permission to extend out on the floor

009 Folding Sliding Doors and Orangery extension on modern house, Clapham Common, London

I want these doors for my living room to my patio! 009 Folding Sliding Doors and Orangery extension on modern house, Clapham Common, London

Love the high level/clerestory windows

Another flat roof extension with roof light and high level/clerestory windows (image elsewhere of how these look from the outside.

Terraced House Extension, Queens Park , Porcelain tiles , minimalist design , old a new , North London , LBMV architects

terraced house extension, Queens Park, London - porcelain tiles, minimalist design, old + new - LBMV architects

Contemporary single storey grass roof extension

Contemporary single storey grass roof extension - i like the wood effect with the white and aluminium doors

This open plan kitchen design is both modern and in keeping with the original style of it's host property. Folding sliding doors allow both wings to be opened onto the garden entirely whilst filling the rooms with light. The large skylight situated within the roof of the orangery also provides more natural light giving the entire structure an open, calm atmosphere. For more information visit our blog at: www.aproposapropos.com

This open plan kitchen design is both modern and in keeping with the original style of it's host property. Folding sliding doors allow both wings to be opened onto the garden entirely whilst filling the rooms with light. The large skylight situated within

#Skylight | Salcott Road, London SW11

Flat skylight looks really modern without imposing on neighbours. Skylight on kitchen roof and possibly dining room roof would let more light in and increase head height.


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