Jax House | Paul Archer Design | Archinect
Close to London Fields this late Victorian two-storey house offered wide and well proportioned rooms, but the layout was not connected very well to the garden. Our clients asked us to rearrange the kitchen, dining-area and adjoining spaces on the ground floor to achieve a...
Aberavon Road | InsideOut Architecture London
A small rear extension at the rear of a listed terrace building in Mile End, East London, required excavating into the garden to create a fluid...
115 Highbury Hill / Blee Halligan
Completed in 2016 in London, United Kingdom. Images by Robert Battersby . BLEE HALLIGAN ARCHITECTS have added a new kitchen and dining room to a four storey victorian terrace house in Highbury, creating a bright new living...
R2 studio enlivens Victorian London home with bold colour palette
R2 Studio has brightened up this terraced family home in southeast London with a colourful open-plan living space and a loft extension.
Victorian House Renovated in South London for a Young Family
Traces of the original architecture are incorporated throughout this Victorian house renovated in south London by Fraher Architects
Browse Garden Visit - Gardenista
Lavender: the secret weapon of gardeners around the world. The evergreen herb fills problem spots with purple, blue, and violet flowers. Landscaping ideas:
Outdoor Lounge - Garden Design & Landscaping Project
A small courtyard garden in East Twickenham, London, presented a unique challenge with some drastic level changes in a small amount of space. Showing two alternative designs for the space, our client chose to take concept number 1 through to construction. The proximity to the large glazed extension to the rear and the incredible interior […]
MODERN SIDE EXTENSION/LONDON BY COFFEY ARCHITECTS
Location: London, UK Area: 104 sqm Architects: Coffey Architects Photography: © Timothy Soar AWARDS 2015 Retrofit Awards, Best House under £300K 2015 AJ Small Projects Awards – Shortlist 2016…
White oak doubles up as an interior and exterior solution bringing warmth and brightness to Church Crescent in North London
Every extension project is unique and Evonort Architects worked closely with the client to create a modern and bespoke extension that would sensitively integrate with the brick house and mature garden. Evonort sought to specify just one material that would be suitable for both the interior joinery and the exterior of the extension. After extensive research into sourcing a suitable type of oak, American white oak was the timber of choice.
How To Incorporate Contemporary Style Kitchen Designs In Your Home
No one wants a plain and simple kitchen. It is quite dull and adding some life could not be such a bad idea. Contemporary style kitchen designs are one of the ways to go. They are clean and very sleek. You do not need to have a complicated kitchen to make...