The Fosse by Designscape Architects | Dezeen
English architects Designscape have reversed the orientation of a country house in Bath by adding a prominent glazed entrance to its rear. Flanked by Bath stone walls, the extension to The Fosse comprises a single-storey garage and the double-height entrance lobby, which overlap one another to create balconies both inside and out. Timber-clad exterior walls
Robert Dye Architects extends a London mews house
London studio Robert Dye Architects renovate and extend a mews house in Primrose Hill, London, shifting the entire end wall to create space
House DS / GRAUX & BAEYENS architecten
Completed in 2011 in Destelbergen, Belgium. Images by Julien Lanoo, Philippe Brysse. The house is situated in a typical residential area. The plots are characterized by large rear gardens and negligible side garden strips. The...
Gallery of Extension to a House in Meudon / CUT Architectures - 4
Image 4 of 16 from gallery of Extension to a House in Meudon / CUT Architectures. Photograph by David Foessel
Palmerston Studio / Boyd Cody Architects
Completed in 2008 in Dublin, Ireland. Images by Paul Tierney / Boyd Cody Architects. Our client, an artist, asked us to design a studio, full of natural light, to be built at the end of her garden. Having recently completed a...
Houses In Castlewood Avenue / ODOS architects
The properties at 26 & 27 Castlewood Avenue date back to the early nineteenth century and have changed little externally since then. Both...
Power House / Paul Archer Design
Built by Paul Archer Design in London, United Kingdom with surface 230.0. Images by Andy Stagg. Power House, Paul Archer Design’s refurbishment of a private house in Highbury North London, takes the modernisation ...
TYIN Tegnestue's lopsided house extension creates extra space upstairs
The top-heavy house extension in Trondheim, Norway, was designed by local office TYIN Tegnestue to maximise space upstairs while minimising its footprint.
ADN Architectures adds V-shaped extension to Brussels bungalow
Belgian firm ADN Architectures gave this wooden house extension in Brussels a V-shaped roofline that inverts the pointed gables of the existing property.
Extension to an Edwardian semi-detached house with a modern back yard
London based architect Peter Thomas de Cruz has designed a beautiful extension to a superb Edwardian semi-detached house. Looking from the street there’s nothing different from the houses near it, because the whole “action” takes place at the back of the building and back yard. It is a daring project and an architectural challenge to...