A beautiful bespoke indoor kitchen that links effortlessly to the outdoors. The sliding doors can be opened to provide a kitchen in a single line layout with an outdoor food preparation and cooking space – perfect for entertaining and family life. Stunning Black Beauty Sensa stone helps to link the spaces with a full height upstand and work surface. This has been coupled with Silestone Eternal Staturio on the waterfall kitchen island in a matt finish. Matt black handleless kitchen cabinetry, a black Quooker tap, black Blanco undermount sink and appliances from Miele complete this super stylish and sophisticated kitchen in Lewisham.
This house extension attaches to the original stone cottage, spread over two floors. The new extension is wrapped in vertical black timber cladding to differentiate from the original cottage. Top down living is provided to maximise the views out to sea from the central living spaces.
Hartley and Rose
Most likely one of our favourite shots. Encompassing the outdoors to create a luxury entertaining space was probably the most exciting part of this project.
Chiltern Garden Design
Under a fully automated bio-climatic pergola, a dining area and outdoor kitchen have been created on a raised composite deck. The kitchen is fully equipped with SubZero Wolf appliances, outdoor pizza oven, warming drawer, barbecue and sink, with a granite worktop. Heaters and screens help to keep the party going into the evening, as well as lights incorporated into the pergola, whose slats can open and close electronically. A decorative screen creates an enhanced backdrop and ties into the pattern on the 'decorative rug' around the firebowl.
fiftypointeight Architecture + Interiors
This townhouse sits within Chichester's city walls and conservation areas. Its is a semi-detached 5 storey home which has been fully refurbished with a modest single-storey rear extension. The new rear extension enclosing the light well to the basement is fully glazed, utilising a structural glazed roof and glazed panoramic sliding doors. A double-height space is retained to ensure adequate daylight to the basement room below. A courtyard garden has also been upgraded providing a quiet outdoor space directly accessible from the principal ground floor accommodation.
Haines Phillips Architects
This project was for the creation of an additional floor at second floor level of an end-of-terrace corner property in Crouch End, north London. The new roof including a large dormer extension was built off-site, to provide an additional one-bedroom flat, but with the flexibility to act as an extension to the first floor flat until such time as the owners decide to separate the two flats in accordance with their family's needs. The new structure, external envelope, roof finishes and internal partitions and fixtures were built off-site using modular construction, to minimise the on-site disruption to the family, and was transported to site in four modules and fitted in place within a single day. The dormer extension is contemporary in style and takes full advantage of the westerly high-level views to the Highgate and Muswell Hill hills through glazed slots and sliding doors that provide access to a roof terrace with 360° views to the surrounding hills. The roof extension echoes the existing, older, first floor kitchen extension in its openness to the garden and views beyond and the lightness of its construction. The contemporary design contrasts but sits well with the Edwardian character of the original property. Our services included detailed design and specification of the extension and the fit-out of the interior and full project management and contract administration. Moduloft was the Contractor responsible for the final design and implementation of the pre-fabricated elements.
Rood terrace overlooking River Thames. Hardwood decking, formal space for outdoor dining.