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Statkus Architecture Pty Ltd
4 Reviews
Albert Park Extension
Ideabooks672
Questions3
This rear extension to a double fronted, weatherboard clad Victorian cottage features a frameless glass Operable facade which can be opened up and side stacked to connect the new interior living spaces with the newly landscaped courtyard. Polished Baltic pine floorboards sit at t he same level as new
kitchen opening out to extension, doors
“Open doorway” — trevi06
Modern Patio
Ideabooks247
Questions0
lines and white render of this extension offer a sharp contrast to the warm brick facade of the original home.
5. Sleek sundeckNow, this is quite a patio! Adding a cool slice of streamlined urban style to a Victorian home, the clean lines and white render of this extension offer a sharp contrast to the
“Cool idea” — varw75
IQ Glass UK
14 Reviews
Dalston House
Ideabooks348
Questions0
Go for giant glazingA single storey extension lends itself to generous glazing, both in the rear wall and the roof. This dramatic living space is encased in glass at the back and overhead, creating a huge sense of space – the garden and sky feel like part of the room – and making the black walls look
Team with dramatic colourWhen you have this much natural light flooding in, you can afford to be bold with paint colours. This extension is painted black, the colour taking on a dusky warmth in the bright daylight.
“Skylight” — sarahwoods76
Maxwell & Company Architects
4 Reviews
Fulham road
Ideabooks3,979
Questions1
doors on extension. Kitchen / Living Room
for it. Adding a conservatory is a relatively inexpensive way of upping your square footage, but for a dramatic increase in value, a well-designed extension that complements the style and proportions of the original building should be high up on your to-do list.
“Dream home” — Timmy Walker
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Miami Townhouse
Ideabooks3,379
Questions11
least 18 inches for a king or queen bed and at least 12 inches for a full or twin bed. Depending upon the size of the room there can be more rug extension around the bed, but not less, which would make the rug look insignificant being covered mostly by the bed.
least 18 inches for a king or queen bed and at least 12 inches for a full or twin bed. Depending upon the size of the room there can be more rug extension around the bed, but not less, which would make the rug look insignificant being covered mostly by the bed.
“pared focal cuarto” — wroa
Prentiss Architects
6 Reviews
North Bay Residence
Ideabooks2,298
Questions3
An “extensive” green roof, on the other hand, is a thinner, lighter, version that looks more similar to a standard roof. It can be sloped or flat. Often it will
extensive or semi-intensive green roof planted with sedum (stonecrop)
An “extensive” green roof, on the other hand, is a thinner, lighter, version that looks more similar to a standard roof. It can be sloped or flat. Often it will be planted with sedum (stonecrop). Many "semi-intensive" green roofs are home to an array of plant species, including native grasses and flowers
“Techo verde” — gatoso
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
tropical craftsman
Ideabooks3,570
Questions0
like the way that there is an extension over the patio. Would be great for grilling and coverage in and out of the screened porch
the craftsman extension
like the patio extension
Roof extension...Patio extension...Roof Extension
“Open Gable Patio Cover” — Jason Beaton
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Kitchen
Ideabooks38,072
Questions25
Merge into a larger space. This breakfast room, separated from the kitchen by a low half wall, feels like a natural extension of the cooking area.
6. Merge into a larger space. This breakfast room, separated from the kitchen by a low half wall, feels like a natural extension of the cooking area.
separated from the kitchen by a low half wall, feels like a natural extension of the cooking area.
6. Merge into a larger spaceThis breakfast room, separated from the kitchen by a low half wall, feels like a natural extension of the cooking area.
“General feel” — 1atatime
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Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes
Loudoun County Design Build Firm
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