Edwardian house reunited with garden by remodelling internal spaces and the addition of a crisp butterflied roof extension

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Edwardian house reunited with garden by remodelling internal spaces and the addition of a crisp butterflied roof extension

This detached Edwardian house has been reunited with its garden thanks to the addition of a new, crisp, lightweight extension. The garage and outbuildings that were originally located here left the living areas very dark and sombre and so were demolished, returning the house to its original block form.
 
The new extension connects the house with the garden both visually and physically. As well as providing an extra living space, the bespoke extension creates an exterior room and suntrap for the majority of the day and evening.
 
The contemporary design is characterised by the exposed steel structure that has been galvanised and left visible. The zinc clad butterfly roof and aluminium glazing system both help to enhance the lightweight, contemporary, low maintenance impression.

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