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This stunning city centre 1930s home has been completely transformed with the completion of contemporary open-plan kitchen extension that is seamlessly connected to the patio and large garden by 3 sets of theEDGE2.0 ultra-slim sliding doors
This 1930s family home on the edge of North London has been given a new lease of life thanks to a complete renovation and extension project featuring a large 6-panel set of vistaline slide and turn doors that connect the open plan kitchen with large garden
This West London extension combines modern open plan space with Art Deco inspired style. From the reclaimed parquet wooden floor to the aluminium heritage French doors, designed to match the appearance of traditional steel doors, the project provides the perfect combination of new and old.
Set in the heart of the Cotswolds, this 17th-century home features a stylish timber-clad extension - named the Reading Room - designed by George King Architects and featuring 4 sets of Grand Slider II sliding doors incorporating open-corner and pocket designs.
Adding a two storey extension has completely transformed the lower two floors of this town-house. The ultra-stylish zinc clad extension features a set of theEDGE2.0 sliding doors and full height fixed frame windows with matching frames.
This striking new-build home was designed by Suzanne Brewer Architects and sits in the heart of the Blackheath conservation area. The two storey structure features a large set of Grand Slider II sliding doors at ground floor level.
Having returned home after years of working abroad the owners of this 1970s house engaged Harvey Norman Architects to extend the property to make better use of the internal space and to breakdown the divide between the house and the garden.
Creating a larger kitchen and additional useable space at ground-floor level whilst providing a better connection between the house and the garden were the key objectives for Scenario Architecture on this North London project.
This challenging project saw this Victorian villa extended to create an open plan living space filled with natural light. The largely glazed timber (sustainably sourced) clad extension houses the kitchen and dining area and facing the garden.
Creating a luxury garden room apartment from an old stone store may not have been the most obvious route to take for the owners of this property in Edinburgh, but that is exactly what Sally and Dan Weatherly achieved.
This contemporary kitchen extension to a Regency Terrace in Colchester was recently completed. The client was looking to use large amounts of glass with minimal framework to let as much light into their new extension and existing home.