This is an example of a medium sized contemporary patio in London. Fits the Outdoor Kitchen Layout – webuser_420697316
Simon Maxwell This is an example of a contemporary exterior in London with three or more floors and mixed cladding. French doors and side return full glass window – harriet_loxley
Design ideas for an exterior in London with a flat roof. cover the back of the house in a glass box? No window replacements etc needed. Too costly? How to keep clean/ventilation issues? – caffepi
Private House in Surbiton
This detached Victorian house was extended to accommodate the needs of a young family with three small children.
The programme was organized into two distinctive structures: the larger and higher volume is placed at the back of the house to face the garden and make the best use of the south orientation and to accommodate a large Family Room open to the new Kitchen. A longer and thinner volume, only 1.15m wide, stands to the western side of the house and accommodates a Toilet, a Utility and a dining booth facing the Family Room. All the functions that are housed in the secondary volume have direct access either from the original house or the rear extension, thus generating a hierarchy of served and servant volumes, a relationship that is homogeneous to that between the house and the extension.
The timber structures, while distinctive in their proportions, are connected by a shallow volume that doubles as a bench to create an architectural continuum and to emphasize the effect of a secondary volume wrapped around a primary one.
While the extension makes use of a modern idiom, so that it is clearly distinguished from the original house and so that the history of its development becomes immediately apparent, the size of the red cedar cladding boards, left untreated to allow a natural silvering process, matches that of the Victorian brickwork to bind house and extension together.
As the budget did not make possible the use a bespoke profile, an off-the-shelf board was selected and further grooved at mid point to recreate the brick pattern of the façade.
A tall and slender pivoting door, positioned at the boundary between the original house and the new intervention, allows a direct view of the garden from the front of the house and facilitates an innovative relationship with the outside.
Photo: Gianluca Maver LHS interesting & makes for less cuboidy feel. Potential transition area with some storage & keeping rain/wind outside. – webuser_667881271
The Glass House
Martin Gardner, spacialimages.com Photo of a contemporary two floor exterior in Hampshire with mixed cladding. Not what we are looking for, although an orangery could work, but it needs to blend into the environment – webuser_827110304
Rear Extension and Velux, SW13
Contemporary exterior in London. other than the fact its a large kitchen this is almost perfect to what we have space for – christinejones03
Extension, Herne Hill
Alex Griffiths This is an example of a traditional brick exterior in London with three or more floors and a pitched roof. A way to bring colour into the garden with minimal maintinence – webuser_501944864
SW London residence
Glass sliding doors bring the garden and the kitchen together in one space This is an example of a contemporary kitchen/dining room in London. how different patio finish looks with diff tiles inside – nadinekswartz
Beautiful Maxlight Glass Extension, With Glass beams, allowing in the maximum light and letting out the whole view of the garden. Bespoke, so the scale and size are up to you! Stairs from parking to the kitchen – niyonziza_ndaizele
This is an example of a contemporary exterior in London. Contrast of Black timber classes external walls with white internally walls and floors – webuser_88373447
Will Pryce This is an example of a contemporary kitchen/dining room in London with white walls. using tall glazing to cover upper floors – pam_mike
Sixties Town House London
Design ideas for a retro conservatory in London with painted wood flooring, beige floors and a glass ceiling. same aspect of floor to garden; gardening on a slope/ white render/off white floors/flooring – dcraighead29
Beige contemporary brick exterior in London with a flat roof. Large window matching extension – charlotte_c_guzzo
IQ Glass This is an example of a contemporary exterior in Buckinghamshire. i like how dark this is on the exterior. – katy_mackintosh
Design-2 Derwent Grove SE22
Chris Snook Inspiration for a contemporary brick exterior in London with three or more floors and a pitched roof. The glass really works here…feels light and airy. – jaygentle
This complex rear extension, with a ground-floor ‘garden room’ and 2 new bedroom suites; inclusive of the enlarged master bedroom, is highly innovative while appearing simple and chic.
Rear elevation at night.
Copyright Clear Architects External lighting within the ceiling wall!!and side walls lights !!❤️ – marthinibene
Will Pryce Inspiration for a contemporary kitchen in London with flat-panel cabinets and yellow cabinets. Statement piece of furniture, talking point – april_preston14
Montpelier Street, Knightsbridge
An amazing two level glass extension. We’ve combined traditional elements of this period property in Knightsbridge with contemporary design to create a real wow factor. Now the neighbours want us to design and refurbish their property! It has a stunning living wall too – see other photos. Glass extension. Two levels. Living wall. – 52leuty