View from the lawn of the terrace and house in Twickenham, West London

Striking modern garden design divided into three sections for a long thin family garden in Strawberry Hill, Twickenham, West London.

CONTEMPORARY HOUSE RENOVATION AND EXTENSION CROUCH END NORTH LONDON New aluminium sliding folding doors span the full width of the garden extension and a structural glass fixed rooflight also spanning across the extension both combine to maximise daylight within the newly created kitchen and dining area connecting the space seamlessly to the garden when doors are opened fully. London Architects and Interior Designers www.crawfordpartnership.co.uk

VCDesign Architectural Services like the simplicity & shallow roof of this rear extension Agree, wonder if we can get permission to extend out on the floor

Manor Way House Extension by studio klashcka

I guess this is similar to our project but not keen on wood. This shows how full height windows unify the look of the extension

Family garden divided into three areas with childrens play area at far end

Family garden divided into three areas with children's play area maximizing lawn width at the far end.

View of the long thin garden design from the patio, showing wooden seating and family area at the end

View of the long thin garden design from the patio, showing wooden seating and family area at the end. Good trees lining the sides

The benefits of permitted development rights for homeowners, plus a full refurbishment and a contemporary rear extension without the need to apply for planning permission

Michael Holmes explains the benefits of permitted development rights for homeowners, and Lucy Searle takes us on a tour of a refurbished home with a contemporary rear extension which did not require planning permission

#Rear, #Extension, #Garden

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