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Islington Glass box extension , London

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vanessa_brunner
Vanessa Brunner added this to Kitchen of the Week: Modern Glass Brightens an 1845 HomeNov 14, 2013

The original house had plenty of charm but squished the kitchen into 40 square feet, with little light or air circulation. The adjacent dining room, on the other hand, was much larger than necessary. There was also a small utility shed, seen here, that had the laundry and hot-water heater inside.

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tfrench26
T Hegi added this to RedroofNov 25, 2013

Before. As the homeowners of this 1845 London home discovered, a 19th-century kitchen is no treat to cook in, no matter how cute it looks. Tired of cramming into their 40-square-foot cooking space, the family hired architect Andrew Dunning to bring in more room, functionality and sparkle. His solution: a stunning glass addition that floods the space with light.

dianemorley123
dianemorley123 added this to dianemorley123's ideasNov 24, 2013

love the little garden outside the kitchen door...very handy

howho
howho added this to GreenhouseNov 24, 2013

The original house had plenty of charm but squished the kitchen into 40 square feet, with little light or air circulation. The adjacent dining room, on the other hand, was much larger than necessary. There was also a small utility shed, seen here, that had the laundry and hot-water heater inside.

mydreamdesignideas
mydreamdesignideas added this to BEFORE AND AFTERNov 24, 2013

The original house had plenty of charm but squished the kitchen into 40 square feet, with little light or air circulation. The adjacent dining room, on the other hand, was much larger than necessary. There was also a small utility shed, seen here, that had the laundry and hot-water heater inside.

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