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a house that has some tables and chairs in front of the building with lots of windows
Gresford Architects adds charred-timber extension to London terrace
an outdoor kitchen with a green roof on the side of a house in london, england
Rear extension by Turner Architects contains "cloister-like" rooms built around a central courtyard
Dezeen's top 10 house extensions of 2021
an outdoor dining area with table, chairs and bench in front of a brick building
Gruff’s extension to south London home features planted internal courtyard
a new glass house in the form of a lean-to accommodates a bright dining area with a mono pitched roof, bringing the outdoors in. Old London, Studio, Antique Welsh Dresser, Green House Architecture, Monopitch Roof, Small Utility Room, Butterfly Roof, South Facing Garden, Glass Extension
connected spaces and reclaimed materials revamp [Y/N] studio's victorian london home
an outside view of a building with a potted plant
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an outdoor living area with sliding glass doors on the outside and brick patio in front
Annexe Pavilion — Nic Howett Architect
a house that is made out of brick and has a glass door on the outside
Well Street / IF_DO
Well Street / IF_DO
a brick house with large windows and sliding glass doors
Een gevel in zichtbeton
a green and white house with lots of windows
a living room with a couch, table and chairs next to a large open window
Just wow. I don’t think I need to caption this project by @fraherandfindlay more, stunning design and stunning views. Photographed by… | Instagram
an open door leading into a small room with potted plants
Extended garden flat is an architectural gem. Take a look!
an open living room and dining area with sliding glass doors
Tytherton Road - Dining Kitchen Area by Finkernagel Ross
two people are looking at plants in the glass doored entrance to a brick building
N5: A new layer — Turner Architects