The clients had outgrown their 1920’s house on a large lot on Montreal’s south shore. They wanted a contemporary extension that would harmonize with their existing house and highlight and expose the structural brick.
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This triple-height glass cube has been attached to an extension that is the same size again as the original house, and connected to it by an open-tread glass staircase.
This house extension designed by Arhitektid Muru & Pere is part of the one-storey private house designed a while back. The new box is covered with crisscrossed sticks that make it look like a rectangular, modern and stylish bird’s nest.
Studio Gil used a combination of exposed concrete and reclaimed iroko wood to unite the interior of this extension to a Victorian terraced house in east London with its redeveloped garden.
DOSarchitecture, an architecture studio based in UK, completed this year a single-family residence, a cheerful house with a true personality in Little Venice, London. Bright and lively, it inspires elegance and comfort. The back of the house accommodates an atrium made of glass encasing the dinning room. It’s open, offering wonderful views of the garden and it’s connected to the kitchen and living room.
London-based DOSarchitects recently completed an airy house extension to a Grade II listed semi detached Victorian in the Little Venice neighbourhood of West London.
Framed garden pavilion, designed by Chris McVoy and Beth O’Neil, has been set in contrast to the heavy masonry brownstone. The 19th century brownstone remains exactly as it was while the new pavilion, with kitchen and informal social space, sits alongside, up against the original backyard wall with no mediating connection, transforming the house’s daily use without changing its architecture. Entering the pavilion from the house’s parlor …
Maxwan Architects designed a contemporary conversion of an old barn in Geldermalsen, The Netherlands. The clients bought and old barn and their wish was to create an open living-kitchen space, where they would be able to host their guests and organize wine tasting sessions for their customers.
London studio David Mikhail Architects has renovated a nineteenth-century house in London and added a glazed kitchen and dining room.
London studio 6a Architects has extended the home of architecture critic Rowan Moore and his family by adding a timber structure that curves around a tree. The extension was designed to provide a new ground-floor bedroom and bathroom for the London house, which is an combination of two cottages constructed in the 1830s.