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Extension with Mixed Cladding Ideas and Designs

Hersham Road
Hersham Road
Concept 8 Architects
Contemporary Rear Extension, Photo by David Butler
Design ideas for a medium sized and red contemporary two floor rear house exterior in Surrey with mixed cladding, a pitched roof and a shingle roof.
Rear extension
Rear extension
SxS Design & Build Ltd
Simon Maxwell
This is an example of a contemporary rear extension in London with three floors and mixed cladding.
The Glass House
The Glass House
AR Design Studio Ltd
Martin Gardner, spacialimages.com
Photo of a contemporary two floor rear extension in Hampshire with mixed cladding.
Winchmore Hill
Winchmore Hill
MAXLIGHT
Culmax Corner Window, Skylight and Maxlight Doors Image David Butler David Butler
Inspiration for a contemporary two floor rear extension in London with mixed cladding.
Garden Extension
Garden Extension
Caseyfierro Architects
Photo of a large contemporary rear extension in London with mixed cladding and a hip roof.
Forest View
Forest View
Clear Architects
This complex rear extension, with a ground-floor ‘garden room’ and 2 new bedroom suites; inclusive of the enlarged master bedroom, is highly innovative while appearing simple and chic. Rear elevation at night. Copyright Clear Architects
Rear Extension in Winchmore Hill
Rear Extension in Winchmore Hill
Stephen Turvil Architects
A split level rear extension, clad with black zinc and cedar battens. Narrow frame sliding doors create a flush opening between inside and out, while a glazed corner window offers oblique views across the new terrace. Inside, the kitchen is set level with the main house, whilst the dining area is level with the garden, which creates a fabulous split level interior. This project has featured in Grand Designs and Living Etc magazines. Photographer: David Butler
Foxrock house
Foxrock house
Optimise Home
Donal Murphy
Design ideas for a small and multi-coloured contemporary bungalow extension in Dublin with mixed cladding.
Kitty's Coloured House
Kitty's Coloured House
Draisci Studio
Carlo Draisci
This is an example of a large contemporary rear extension in London with three floors and mixed cladding.
Cleaveland Road
Cleaveland Road
DBLO Associates Architects
Stale Eriksen
This is an example of a medium sized and white traditional two floor rear extension in London with mixed cladding.
Bungalow Conversion
Bungalow Conversion
Penton Architects Ltd
This is an example of a large and white contemporary two floor house exterior in Kent with mixed cladding, a pitched roof and a tiled roof.
Day Brightener | Kitchen Remodel & Home Addition
Day Brightener | Kitchen Remodel & Home Addition
Che Bella Interiors Design + Remodeling
The inviting new porch addition features a stunning angled vault ceiling and walls of oversize windows that frame the picture-perfect backyard views. The porch is infused with light thanks to the statement light fixture and bright-white wooden beams that reflect the natural light. Photos by Spacecrafting Photography
Tricklebrook - Inland Lake Lot
Tricklebrook - Inland Lake Lot
Visbeen Architects
Good things come in small packages, as Tricklebrook proves. This compact yet charming design packs a lot of personality into an efficient plan that is perfect for a tight city or waterfront lot. Inspired by the Craftsman aesthetic and classic All-American bungalow design, the exterior features interesting roof lines with overhangs, stone and shingle accents and abundant windows designed both to let in maximum natural sunlight as well as take full advantage of the lakefront views. The covered front porch leads into a welcoming foyer and the first level’s 1,150-square foot floor plan, which is divided into both family and private areas for maximum convenience. Private spaces include a flexible first-floor bedroom or office on the left; family spaces include a living room with fireplace, an open plan kitchen with an unusual oval island and dining area on the right as well as a nearby handy mud room. At night, relax on the 150-square-foot screened porch or patio. Head upstairs and you’ll find an additional 1,025 square feet of living space, with two bedrooms, both with unusual sloped ceilings, walk-in closets and private baths. The second floor also includes a convenient laundry room and an office/reading area. Photographer: Dave Leale
Osbaldston Gardens, Gosforth.
Osbaldston Gardens, Gosforth.
MWE Architects
Photo of a white eclectic rear extension in Other with mixed cladding.
Walpole Villa
Walpole Villa
LOVE INTERIORS
Inspiration for a white contemporary split-level rear extension in London with mixed cladding and a pitched roof.
Contemporary Exterior
Contemporary Exterior
Alex Findlater Ltd
Contemporary rear extension in London with three floors and mixed cladding.
Revolutionary renovation
Revolutionary renovation
New Zealand Certified Builders Association
This 1930s Auckland arts and crafts home exudes ageless elegance, but it was not always so spacious. A marvelous make-over respected the home's character.
Private House in Surbiton
Private House in Surbiton
Francesco Pierazzi Architects
This detached Victorian house was extended to accommodate the needs of a young family with three small children. The programme was organized into two distinctive structures: the larger and higher volume is placed at the back of the house to face the garden and make the best use of the south orientation and to accommodate a large Family Room open to the new Kitchen. A longer and thinner volume, only 1.15m wide, stands to the western side of the house and accommodates a Toilet, a Utility and a dining booth facing the Family Room. All the functions that are housed in the secondary volume have direct access either from the original house or the rear extension, thus generating a hierarchy of served and servant volumes, a relationship that is homogeneous to that between the house and the extension. The timber structures, while distinctive in their proportions, are connected by a shallow volume that doubles as a bench to create an architectural continuum and to emphasize the effect of a secondary volume wrapped around a primary one. While the extension makes use of a modern idiom, so that it is clearly distinguished from the original house and so that the history of its development becomes immediately apparent, the size of the red cedar cladding boards, left untreated to allow a natural silvering process, matches that of the Victorian brickwork to bind house and extension together. As the budget did not make possible the use a bespoke profile, an off-the-shelf board was selected and further grooved at mid point to recreate the brick pattern of the façade. A tall and slender pivoting door, positioned at the boundary between the original house and the new intervention, allows a direct view of the garden from the front of the house and facilitates an innovative relationship with the outside. Photo: Gianluca Maver
Steel and glass conservatory
Steel and glass conservatory
Azman Architects
A two-floor contemporary conservatory built in steel and glass replaced the existing two-storey timber and glass extension that looked onto a large north facing rear garden. In order to create a degree of privacy within the extension, steel framed mesh screens were installed internally and stained softwood shutters were added externally. Photography: Lyndon Douglas
Motcombe House
Motcombe House
Proctor Watts Cole Rutter
Design ideas for a modern rear extension in Dorset with mixed cladding.
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