Islington Glass box extensionContemporary Kitchen, London

Peninsular units separate the kitchen and dining areas

Design ideas for a contemporary u-shaped kitchen/diner in London with a submerged sink, white cabinets, composite countertops, integrated appliances and flat-panel cabinets. —  Houzz
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veronica_congdonVC Design Architectural Services wrote:24 September 2015
  • Simon Edmunds
    8 months ago

    Can i ask roughly how much it cost?


  • PRO
    London Contemporary
    8 months ago

    Depends on size obviously - how many doors - type of glass - but maybe around 35/40k for a glass box 3m x 2m. Happy to provide more information if you want to email me

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Kate Burt added this to 7 Design Ideas for an Up-and-over Glass Extension19 August 2020

This shot, looking from the inside out, shows how the glazed roof above the doors creates a gloriously light dining area, and helps to zone it as separate from the kitchen.Browse the Houzz Professionals Directory to find an architect or building designer in your area and start the conversation about your extension.

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Amanda Pollard added this to Do These 10 Things to Keep Your Renovation on Schedule12 October 2017

7. Plan ahead and scheduleDelayed deliveries are a huge headache during any project, but the fact is they still happen. Don’t rely on back-ordered items becoming available within your preferred time frame. Instead, allow a little give in your schedule to ensure everything is available when individual sub-contractors arrive on site, and speak to your builders well in advance so you are clear on who is ordering what. Obviously, they will take charge of most materials, but if they expect you to purchase the floor tiles, for example, then it’s your responsibility to order the correct amount and to ensure that the tiles arrive on time.If you’re converting a Victorian house, tour this property for clever tips and advice

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Sophie Baylis added this to Kitchen Planning: How Do I Choose an Extractor Fan?20 December 2014

Set your budgetThe aim of kitchen extraction is to remove grease, smoke and unpleasant cooking odours from your environment, as well as steam, depending on the extractor type you choose. Extractors vary hugely in price, costing from as little as £50 right up to £3,000 for some of the more advanced models, so decide on your priorities in order to set a budget.‘A typical price for a functional, well-designed extractor is about £350,’ says Roberto De Marco. ‘However, more and more people are spending in excess of £800, especially if the extractor is beautifully designed, creating a visual centrepiece to be admired in its own right.’

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Victoria Harrison added this to Kitchen of the Week: Modern Glass Updates a Traditional London Terrace15 May 2014

Andrew’s priority was to bring sunlight into the old, dark kitchen. “The clients always had to switch on the lights when they walked into the kitchen,” he says. Not anymore.The owners love to cook and entertain, so Dunning’s design fit a fully stocked kitchen, dining room and eating nook into the new area’s 350 square feet. Countertops: solid surface, Maia Worktops; cabinetry: custom designed and supplied by APD interiors; stovetop, refrigerator: Miele; wine fridge: Miele; sink, faucet: Blanco; range hood: Westin

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HU-440232277 added this to Glen Cottage21 October 2020

Glass kitchen area windows doors

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Madelenn David added this to Madelenn's Ideas12 September 2020

Big place that we can enjoy with future friend or private ?

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Patricia Ellison added this to Patricia's ideas9 September 2020

Glazed roof to define dining area

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