Battersea HouseTraditional Patio, London

Ed Park

Medium sized traditional back patio in London with no cover. —  Houzz
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Alexandra Geils wrote:24 June 2015
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    5 years ago

    beautiful, I want to do a pop out window like that in my own house- did it need planning?

  • devlinaray
    5 years ago

    hi Brian, we are planning a side return extension on our terraced house in north west London with similar glass walls. The side extension would be around 1.5 feet and the extension into the garden is around 3 feet. Is a budget of 40K sufficient?

Digital Mole wrote:1 April 2018

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Susannah Hutchison added this to Should I Choose Grey Window Frames For My Home?27 March 2018

    Go grey at the back…There’s no rule that says you have to have the same colour windows both front and back of your house. This rear extension has pale grey window frames, but, as the next photo shows, the front of the house looks very different. Inside, there’s a combination of new windows on the extended part of the house, and grey-painted wooden frames in the older part.Find the perfect architect for your job on Houzz

    Tugman Studio added this to How to Design a Loft That’s More Than a ‘Box on a Roof’2 November 2015

    Try a metallic transformationRather than the standard use of hung tiles, which can look clumsy in many instances, this example clads the loft structure with grey metal. There are lots of metal roof options to consider: lead, copper and zinc are all traditional roofing materials with fantastic qualities (although all can be expensive). There are also coated aluminium and coated steel options on the market these days that can give tremendous results, too.

    Jo Simmons added this to Kitchen of the Week: An Edwardian Home With a Bright, Modern Extension17 June 2015

    The house already had an extension at the back containing the kitchen, but it had been poorly built and was unappealing and draughty. Brian designed a new space on its footprint, but added a small glass box addition on one side, which is now a little library. ‘The garden is not that big, but the living space inside the house is generous, so we didn’t feel there was a need to extend out any further,’ he says. ‘Nevertheless, we wanted to do something a little bit more interesting at the back.’

    What Houzz users are commenting on:

    A B added this to Extension ideas6 October 2020

    Glass, bifold, continuity of flooring and mix of materials. High sides.

    elov added this to elov's ideas21 September 2020

    Small bit of oak cladding but mainly white render

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