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Refurbishment and rear extension on an existing building.
A refurbishment of a 1930s semidetached house to accommodate a generous kitchen and dining area.
Large expanses of glazing to the rear facade of the extension help to ensure a strong connection between inside and outside.Seating is created in the deep window reveals which, along with storage underneath, makes use of every bit of space in the new part of the home.
Use of oak in the entrance area as both flooring and cladding help to create a warm contemporary interior that is home to a large family - and their dog...!
The staircase leading to the bedrooms on the upper floor is also crafted from oak, with a large rooflight creating a welcoming and homely feel to the house.