House extension, Primrose Hill, North London. Archplan Architects
Pictures of a house extension: lowering the floor and removing walls from the basement of a typical London terraced house created an extraordinary living space with a double height conservatory. Archplan Architects
House Designs Featuring Glass Extensions – Enjoy Nature From The Comfort Of Your Home
Adding an extension to an already existing residence is quite common. But building a glass extension is a whole different story. Glass is the perfect material if you wish to get in touch with nature and the landscape surrounding you but still to be able to enjoy the comfort of being indoors. You might think...
Scale of PLY / NOJI Architects
Built by NOJI Architects in Dublin, Ireland with date 2014. Images by Alice Clancy. The House This Victorian two storey house was dark and damp with a poorly constructed conservatory as the main sourc...
Rise Design Studio adds glass extension to London house
Rise Design Studio has added a glazed extension to the rear of a London house, creating a light-filled kitchen and dining room that opens up to the garden
Thank you for contacting us | Carpenter Oak
An Oak Frame is a perfect accompaniment to an eco-home, wood being one of the most sustainable building materials ever used to build houses.
HÛT adds "jewel-like" glass extension to east London house
Slate flooring and a bench that stretches along one side of this north London house extension continue through the glazed wall and into a garden beyond
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...
Double greffe réussie pour vivifier l’espace - Galerie photos d'article (4/10)
L’extension posée sur la terrasse en ipé, sans lien avec la pelouse, semble…
Blackened timber house extension in the forest by Marchi Architectes
Timber slats of different thicknesses and proportions are layered up to give an irregular texture to the walls of this sunken house extension in France.
Invisio Thermally Broken Rooflight
The Invisio system is a bespoke frameless rooflight, in fixed or automated designs. All rooflights are thermally broken for high thermal performance.
Forest House par Primus Arkitekter - Journal du Design
Les propriétaires de cette maison de campagne plongée dans la forêt au Danemark voulaient un refuge chaleureux pour s’échapper du tumulte de la ville. Le studio d’architecture Primus Arkitekter a réalisé cette habitation avec son étrange bardage. De loin, le bois de chêne traité au sulfate de fer ressemble à du métal