Adam Knibb Architects extends Hampshire barn conversion with timber-clad box

Adam Knibb adds modern extension to Hampshire barn conversion

Architect Adam Knibb has added a timber-clad extension to a house in Hampshire, which is connected to the former barn building by a frameless glass box. I like the frameless glass connection and light.

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Light metal curved in roof cover and furniture repeat design elements. Bamboo/Reeds give a country rustic feel annuals vines a good garden element Interesting and beautiful 'pergola' Small garden

Outdoor room in woods....because my dream house will have a beach AND a forest...

Doorkijkje this award winning outdoor space was created by recycling fallen trees recycled, gardening, outdoor living, repurposing upcycling, Gazebo built with fallen recycled trees In distance the view is highlighted by a large picture frame

Homeowners lucky enough to have outdoor space are replacing their garden sheds with studios, guest rooms and flexible work spaces. These are 12 of the best.

12 of the best garden studios

12 of Dezeen's best garden studios. Exactly "it", whatever "it" is in my architecture philosophy, exactly "it".


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Charred cedar clads this garden yoga studio and office by Neil Dusheiko in north London

Garden room by Neil Dusheiko features walls of charred cedar

Love how this appears to float Charred cedar clads this garden yoga studio and office by Neil Dusheiko in north London

Dinner in the garden

I want this! A cozy and romantic backyard nook takes date night to a whole new level. This outdoor dining setting is tucked away under a gorgeous arbor and surrounded by nature, lighted with fairy lights, lanterns, and candles.

End of the Garden | Modern

Outside Office Shed. This Studio Clad In Western Red Cedar With Solid Wooden Flooring Starts At Outside Office Shed

#Modern architecture of pivoting #window doors with a bright and welcoming #interior

Pivoting Windows and Modern Architecture

A pair of glass panels, weighing almost four tonnes and spanning two storeys in height, pivot out towards the garden of this renovated Antwerp home. The twin panels – described by Belgian studio Sculp IT as "the world's largest pivoting window" – form.

Gorgeous seamless space with natural materials and connecting to outside. Simple lines and calming atmosphere.

This archetypal Swedish building form shaped like a Monopoly house serves as an artists studio with a simple plywood interior and massive skylights to let in natural sunlight. Architecture Photo by Waldemarson Berglund Arkitekter by dwellmagazine

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