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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

Minimal urban living, bulthaup kitchen by Kitchen Architecture

Minimal urban living, bulthaup kitchen by Kitchen Architecture I like the sliding doors makes a change from bifold

Clapham South, Side Extension, Kitchen Extension, Victorian Terraced House, Bi-Fold Doors, Kitchen, Rear Extension, Roof-lights, Glass Roof, Kitchen, Pitched Roof, Side Return Ideas, Kitchen Extension Ideas

Our latest Side Return Extension in Clapham, featuring wide bi-fold doors, bespoke kitchen and a sunken wine cellar with automated trap door entry.

minimal windows sliding doors to rear extension (shown closed) www.iqglassuk.com

Minimal Windows Sliding Glass Doors by IQ Glass offer the slimmest frame in the market for contemporary new builds with a modern, minimal design aesthetic.

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At Concept Interior we are always looking for ways to transform our clients houses and what better way to do that than with a contemporary glass extension?

Architect Gregory Phillips connected the original house to a new modern extension that doesn’t interfere with the surrounding houses. “I try to be true to the location,” he explains, “so it doesn’t seem like some spaceship has landed.” Photo by Richard Powers.

Yale Architecture Students Build a House For the Homeless

Victorian Secrets: Architect Gregory Phillips connected the original house to a new modern extension that doesn’t interfere with the surrounding houses. “I try to be true to the location,”he explains, “so it doesn’t seem like some spaceship has landed.

ground floor contemporary Victorian extension

Perfect extensions

Glazed extension

Platform 5's Hackney House Extension Wins New London Architecture Competition

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.

Artist Judith Brenner asked architect Gregory Phillips to connect a connect a double-fronted Victorian in Richmond, just outside of London, to a new modern extension that wouldn’t interfere with the surrounding houses. “I try to be true to the location,” explains Phillips, “so it doesn’t seem like some spaceship has landed.” Photo by Richard Powers. Photo by: Richard Powers

Victorian Secrets: Architect Gregory Phillips connected the original house to a new modern extension that doesn’t interfere with the surrounding houses. “I try to be true to the location,”he explains, “so it doesn’t seem like some spaceship has landed.

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