Farmhouse Kitchen Extension
This industrialised kitchen extension blends brilliantly with the period feel of it's listed host building; complimenting the brick work whilst remaining unafraid to claim an identity of it's own through the use of masculine grey powder coasted aluminium and a stainless steel kitchen design. The lean-to design of this structure works well; encapsulating the views of nature both across the garden space as well as from above as the canopy of trees shades the roof from extra heat. For more…
Glazed Kitchen Extension | Homebuilding & Renovating
Penny and Douglas moved into their house in the West Midlands in 2002, and over the next decade, conducted a series of alterations including an extension.
Bench Architects specialist in the repair and conservation of historic buildings, structures, landscapes and the design of new extensions and buildings in historic settings to create award-winning contemporary designs, AABC accredited, conserving the past designing the future,
London-based architects with project all over the capital
RIBA accredited architectural practice working in Central, West and South London with 30 years experience in the residential, commercial and development sectors
Creating space in your home
Existing walls and a garden room were cut into for this extension at Tray House, Redbridge. By Hayhurst & Co ArchitectsThere is surely no better way to kick off this new decade than with an architectural showpiece demonstrating clever and inspirational home extensions - "green" too - that do not cost a fortune.