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Culford Road N1Contemporary House Exterior, London

Inspiration for a contemporary house exterior in London. —  Houzz
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meritakomeritako wrote:9 February 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    smwarwick
    Sarah Warwick added this to 10 Two-storey Extensions That Make a Statement3 November 2017

    Repeat the paletteA side and rear extension was part of a scheme to make this home open and contemporary. Reclaimed London stock bricks were used for the addition, while vertical oak panels clad the lower section. The glazing is oak-framed, too.The design is a great lesson in creating a strong connection between an original house and a new extension. Oak is used in the interior, too, and the bricks link old and new exteriors.See more photos of this project (and most of the others featured here) by clicking on the photo and then on ‘Other Photos in This Project’.

    joannasimmons
    Jo Simmons added this to Architecture: 10 Creative Ideas for Side Return Extensions21 July 2014

    Build it upA two-storey extension that exploits the side return adds a series of glazed and wood-clad rooms to the rear of this house. From the street, this is a typical period terrace, but from the garden, the architecture is contemporary, exciting and unique.

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    HU-214544817 added this to Garden2 October 2021

    Put cladding on the extension rather than brick?

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    HU-38214279 added this to My ideas19 August 2019

    Like the rear extension what is the cost roughly, without side return?

    flimster
    flimster added this to Greg28 January 2018

    We both like everything in this photo.

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