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

Wabi-Sabi house by Soar Design

Converted Taiwanese house features glass doors that open onto decked terraces

This extension accommodates a double-height dining space at basement level, with a master suite on the first floor. A void extending up from the dining area is overlooked by a lounge area lined with a glass balustrade on the ground floor.

Extra-tall windows connect Studio Octopi's Slot House with its patio garden

This extension accommodates a double-height dining space at basement level, with a master suite on the first floor. A void extending up from the dining area is overlooked by a lounge area lined with a glass balustrade on the ground floor.

malbrook road extension / tigg coll architects_london

Doors recede into a corner in Tigg Coll's Malbrook Road extension

ROLIES + DUBOIS

Refurbishment of a private residence, Knokke (design phase) by Rolies+Dubois Architecten

This gabled extension borrows the form of a doll's house.

Gabled extension by BKK borrows the form of a doll's house

CC Arquitectos used weathered stone, natural wood and huge panels of glazing to create this secluded woodland house in Mexico's scenic Valle de Bravo region.

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/ CC Arquitectos used weathered stone, natural wood and huge panels of glazing to create this secluded woodland house in Mexico’s scenic Valle de Bravo region.

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