Double Storey Extension and Modernisation
Double Storey Extension and Modernisation
Fenice Design + Build
Michael and Johanna bought a property in Surrey with a view of extending it and refurbishing the property throughout to create a new home for their family. Before even moving in to the house they decided on their plans and sought planning permission to create a double storey extension to almost double the size of the house. Rob Beer of Life Size Architects designs included a large open plan, modern living space on the ground floor and four bedrooms on the first floor. The design included a unique decking detail at the rear of the property to create an enclosed patio to bring the outside in and a mixture of recycled composite cladding and cedar to modernise the exterior of the house. The project includes: Double storey side extension Complete refurbishment throughout New plumbing and electrical New kitchen, bathrooms and ensuite Installation of aluminium windows and doors throughout Recycled composite and cedar external cladding Composite decking area Roof stripped and retiled
Jura
Jura
Lewandowski Architects
Contemporary Interior, Berkshire
Folded House, Extension & Refurbishment
Folded House, Extension & Refurbishment
Coffey / Homes
We have all been spending a lot of time at home recently. Coffey / Homes can help you extend your home to be more suited to our new lives. Enjoying the sun, feeling a sense of time and space is good for us. Allowing light into beautifully crafted spaces can lift the spirits. Here at Folded House the existing home was extended into the roof with a winding square stair and extended into the garden to create an expansive living space. A folded plywood sculptural intervention bringing together a stair, kitchen and storage. The intervention runs through all of the living rooms and dining rooms connecting the old home to the new extension seamlessly. High Quality design does not necessarily need to come from the use of the most expensive materials. Craft, care and meticulous detailing can elevate any material, even everyday plywood. A new vertiginous, modern, birch plywood square spiral stair which rises through a void with a large skylight at its zenith. Light pours in during the morning, casting shadows and bringing life to the stair in the centre of the home. Ocular rooflights bring in more light to the living spaces and allow views to the greenery beyond
Kilburn
Kilburn
Falci Construction Ltd
River House - Riverside New Build in Oxfordshire
River House - Riverside New Build in Oxfordshire
HollandGreen Architecture, Interiors & Landscapes
Modern new build overlooking the River Thames with oversized sliding glass facade for seamless indoor-outdoor living.
Project - Shaugh Prior - PL7
Project - Shaugh Prior - PL7
Arrital Kitchens
Arrital Kitchens were delighted to be part of this complete renovation by designing, supplying and fitting of kitchen and utility furniture, appliances and worktops. Arrital AK_Project range AK_Project Wall 45 AK_Project Wall 51 Champagne Aluminium Rail and plinths Separate drinks area with dedicated prep area and Quooker tap, customer's own wine chiller. Large Island with ample pan drawer units for maximum possible storage. seating are for 5-6 people. Undermounted sink with Quooker Flex. Smeg Integrated appliances including Coffee Machine, Steam Oven 2 x Pyrolitic Ovens. Induction hob, 2 x dishwashers. Silestone 20mm worktops - Blanco Maple
Artistic, Handleless Kitchen
Artistic, Handleless Kitchen
Nicholas Anthony
A perfect balance of materials, technology and colour. Matte, handleless units perfectly balance the light, bespoke breakfast bar and open drawer units. Gaggenau appliances add a true sense of luxury, fitting seamlessly with the stainless steel surfaces to give a clean, modern feel.
Despite popular belief, true modern homes do not follow popular trends. In fact, the modern style that we know today is from a 20th century design movement which focusses on structural simplicity, order and functionality.

Modern spaces incorporate neutral colours, basic natural materials and clean architectural lines, with an emphasis on strong lines, a lack of ornamentation and minimal texture; it uses straightforward furniture and dramatic modern art to complement the stark architecture. Lighting is also a key structural element that accentuates planes and highlights focal points.

Modern design is often a love-it or hate-it style — many appreciate its minimalist, uncluttered feel, while others miss the warmth and variety found in other styles. Modern design is often confused with contemporary design, which is constantly changing and evolving with the times and trends.
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