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I would install solar panels on the roof, cover the concrete porch with wood, minimize the size of the stones leading to the stairs in the third picture, and replace the black walls with wood. -HSG modern 300 house in Vilnius by NG architects

Single Storey Rear Extension - Brockley, London

Green Tea Architects - Single Storey Rear Extension - Brockley, London - Like the big single sliding door

Susie McKechnie meticulously planned her kitchen/dining/living room extension to…

Susie McKechnie meticulously planned her kitchen/dining/living room extension to achieve a beautiful design that works for the whole family--skylight!

Similar layout to ours, although ours is a little less open. More

Similar layout to ours, showing what view from seating are would look like if we didn't remove wall on left. Would want peninsula rather than island and wider b-fold doors.

dartmore-stone-glass-extension

Modern style but nicely integrated with original building. Single storey steel framed glass extension to a traditional stone cottage

The WINSTON Sofa - in Midnight Wool - Swoon Editions - swooneditions.com

Winston

Islington, 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

Roof-lights, Pitched tiled Roof - but tiles to match roof - don't want brick - white render to match existing

Huddersfield Kitchen Extension by Architecture in Glass by AproposUK, via Flickr

Glass roof and walls with glazing bars running through in line. Huddersfield Kitchen Extension by Architecture in Glass by AproposUK,

Gable glazing

50 Degrees North Architects two-storey side and rear extension in South West London. Open-plan kitchen diner with large sliding doors and unique backsplash