Trombe - External side view photo of structurally glazed modern extension with clear glass end gable and a switchable frameless glass roof

Trombe External side view photo of structurally glazed modern extension with clear glass end gable and a switchable frameless glass roof.

I would love to do this side return extension.....lots of glass and light and a sociable space to eat, drink and put the world to rights!

Interiors: From crack house to modern house

The architects who turned a derelict one-time crack den into an award-winning family home. By Hannah Booth

The new conservatory: Modern Conservatory by ÜberRaum Architects

The SW1 Palace Built for Two

Stylish and modern dining space with cool lighting fixtures and exposed brick wall - industrial interior design

43 Stylish Industrial Designs For Your Home

Marvelous Faux Brick Panels mode London Industrial Dining Room Decoration ideas with brick wall distressed wood industrial pendant light natural lighting pendant light reclaimed wood skylight

Follow these rules of thumb and the money you spend has got a better chance of being repaid in the future.

Key elements from glass houses, conservatories, extensions and orangeries are combined together to form stunning living spaces that are miles.

The blinds at the end of the block change the structure from sculpture-esque to modern dwelling. The pivoting door on the lower level is the perfect way to sneak outside.

Bizarre HOME ~Andrew Maynard Architects (images by Nic Granleese) crafted an artificial hill to both separate and engage a backyard space, while lofting a living volume above it.

glass side return and large pivot door - notting hill

Modern houses photos: pivot door and frameless glass box extension

Not sure how practical a large pivot door is but it looks amazing! glass side return and large pivot door - notting hill

Neighbourhood reaction has been overwhelmingly positive, says Ms. Moore, which might be because this isn’t one of the “official” streets of the Beaches neighbourhood, “like Balsam [and] Beech, where there’s sort of an expectation that you’ll maintain a certain Craftsman [style], whereas this street is a real mish-mash.” (Shai Gil /Shai Gil Photography)

This shows grey color can work with an orange hued old looking brick House in the Beach / Drew Mandel Architects. * Chosen for the use of brick and exterior black tiling. Creating a traditional box house with structurally striking modern elements.


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