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rbstudio architects

rbstudio architects

Poole, England

rbstudio architects - 1960s flat roof remodel

rbstudio architects

The ultimate caterpillar to butterfly transformation

From 1960s flat roof, to modular, contemporary home connected to its outside spaces.

From 1960s flat roof, to modular, contemporary home connected to its outside spaces.  




An extra special family home was the brief for this 1960’s flat roof home. An extensive redesign which involved refurbishment, remodelling and extension has given way to large, flexible spaces inside and out.

A major focus of this project was to reconnect the home with the rear garden: how did we achieve this? rbstudio created rooms on different levels which through large rear glazing, connected with the outdoor space in an heartbeat.