Our clients contracted us to create a bespoke and contemporary single-storey extension to their home, with a large kitchen and dining room, utility room, and a cloak and shower room. Alterations were also made to the existing house to form a library and boot room.
The new extension was designed by Wilkinson King Architects and our brief was ‘clean lines’, using large frameless glazing to hold a new statement kitchen and dining room with bespoke flooring. The roof was designed with a glazed roof light and flush timber decking to continue the uninterrupted lines and emphasise the views from the first floor bedrooms.
Works to the existing house involved demolishing the ground floor ancillary rooms and converting the old kitchen area into a library with bespoke joinery cabinetry and a wood burning stove. The existing utility room was re-purposed into a boot room with further joinery items maximising the available space. The whole house was overhauled externally and redecorated.
A brick terrace with oak seating was designed to complement the internal space and provide a glorious alfresco dining area. Further external paths and raised beds were added to tie the extension to the existing building.