Category: Extensions & Conversions
Pergola Extension | Architects for Newham | Forest Gate, East London
The new rear garden pergola extension is perfectly orientated. The garden enjoys sunshine from the early morning sunrise through to the late evening as the Sun travels uninterrupted across the sky to the West. The extension will enhance and create a visual dialogue between the house, the garden and the sky beyond. A series of layers to the facade frame views and connectivity to the garden. An exposed roof structure extends into the garden to form a garden pergola providing a passive solar shading device to the interior.
Garden Studio Extension | Architects for Oxford | Temple Cowley, Oxford
The new garden studio extension provides a considered design solution to a corner plot in Oxford. Initial feasibility studies have ruled out a conventional rear extension. Due to the site constraints, imposed by the irregular property demise, any rear extension would obstruct access into the rear garden or potentially be problematically located adjacent to the garden of the neighbouring property. The front-side garden offers a significant and viable alternative location for a new garden studio extension.
Glazed Facet Extension | Architects for Islington | Canonbury Conservation Area
A faceted glazed structure provides a simple concept for a new extension to a Canonbury townhouse. A series of angles provide a rich sculptural form which is developed further to define the new garden lounge extension. The angles to the facade provide a notional subdivision for the different functions within the space which in turn inform the language of facade and the extent of privacy to the rear.