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The challenge was to carefully open up the rear of the house and combine a small kitchen with the main ground floor living area, divided by a much loved external brick wall. By integrating the existing structure within the plan of the house, the client was presented with a cost effective and sympathetic extension, loyal to the cottage’s style and proportions. A careful reconfiguration of the existing side wall overcame the challenging stepped site and narrow thresholds. By utilising the existing brick arched openings, the owners celebrate new and revived connections through the home whilst maintaining its original historical identity.