London-based architects Platform 5 have been awarded the first prize in the refurbishment competition “Don’t Move, Improve” for their extension to a Victorian terraced house in Hackney, London.

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

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Bassett Road, Kensington & Chelsea is a contemporary renovation and remodelling of a Victorian town house by Paul+O Architects. It was awarded ?Best Use of Glass? for its 'innovative' double-height glazed extension. Photo: Fernando Guerra/Paul+O

Bassett Road House by Paul+O Architects in Kensington, London. The Victorian townhouse was renovated and extended to the rear, with a double height extension featuring a motorized window. Great juxtaposition between old and new.

A double height rear extension with slim framed sliding glass doors to both floors and integrated frameless balustrading

A double height rear extension with slim framed sliding glass doors to both floors and integrated frameless balustrading fab if you have a great view ooo- i do!

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Project I : featured in the latest issue – Home Sweet Home Spring 2014 Credits : Project by Domus Aurea - architectural design Thierry Lejeune - landscaping Ludo Dierckx – Photography Hendrik Biegs

More of the glass extension...see where the stair is?

Liian matala alakerta, mutta koko on suurinpiirtein realistinen. Hoxton House in London by David Mikhail Architects. - Stylish and delightful modernism in an old traditional terraced house of London.

Glass double height rear extension

Double height rear extension to Grade II* listed buiding with sliding doors on each floor and a frameless balustrade on the upper floor to create a Juliette balcony

Sliding glass doors were installed on each floor of the multi storey extension with glass balustrades used on upper floors to create Juliette Balconies

IQ Glass design and install near frameless structural glass balconies that can cantilever from a building.

Trombe - Internal photo showing the mini shard style of the double height structurally glazed lean to extension. The internal side of the inclined steel rafters have been clad with stainless steel pressings.

double height flat roof extension to make new entrance and with roof terrace on top

Double height rear glass box with sliding glass doors to the base

The basement void in the back garden is walled with our minimally framed sliding glass doors to allow large amounts of natural light into the basement & allow access to the large rear garden.

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