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The existing outdated extension of this terraced house is completely replaced. The program of the new extension includes a large dining room with kitchen, a toilet and a laundry room. At the request of the client, the kitchen had to be hidden from view from the dining area.
Project name
Lichthapper
Architecture firm
Studio Kloek
Location
Leuven, Belgium
Photography
Hannelore Veelaert
Located with the Dulwich Estate and in Dulwich Village Conservation Area, this modest Victorian cottage underwent a full refurbishment and extension. In it, a pair of perforated brick panels connect the considered interiors with its garden.
Project name
Block Colour
Architecture firm
Variant Office
Location
Dulwich Conservation Area, London, United Kingdom
Photography
Rachael Smith
Surrounded on all sides, due to the low nature of boundary fence lines ‘Hideaway’s’ garden has uninterrupted light for 70% of the day. This makes this garden of high value to the current owners' love and appreciation of gardening.
Project name
The Hideaway
Architecture firm
Alter & Company
Location
Kemptown, Brighton, United Kingdom
Photography
Lorenzo Zandri
KSR and Clifton Interiors were commissioned by an ambitious couple to remodel and enhance space to their existing three-storey home in St John’s Wood Conservation Area. The clients wanted a fun and contemporary design whilst retaining some of characteristics of the original property, formerly part of a chapel.
Project name
Lamorna House
Architecture firm
KSR Architects & Interior Designers
Location
St John’s Wood, London, UK
Photography
Rachael Smith
To extend the kitchen, we dropped the level for height and drew on Italian inspiration: Renaissance and Tuscan. The clients gave clues from their home and social media styling, and set a vision of shared meals on a Tuscan veranda. We drew on the Italianate style of the terraced house using classic, perfectly proportioned Romanesque arches for frame...
Project name
A Tuscan Veranda (in London)
Architecture firm
Turner Architects
Location
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Photography
Adam Scott
This project involved the expansion of a spacious single-story Outremont residence built in the 1960s. Situated on a site with a steep incline and majestic view, the two-floor expansion was designed to offer a generous window on the horizon.
Project name
Prince Philip Residence
Architecture firm
Thellend Fortin Architectes
Location
Montréal, Canada
Photography
Charles Lanteigne Photo
Castle Cove alterations is a rear extension project of a family home in northern Sydney. The project involved the renovation of a 1970’s home to render it more suitable to the needs of family. The existing home did not relate to the sites slope or orientate to take advantage of passive solar design. 
Project name
Castle Cove Alterations
Architecture firm
Chung Architects
Location
Castle Cove, New South Wales, Australia
Photography
Andrew Chung
Jaboby is a renovation and extension to an 1890s Federation house located on a beautiful tree lined street in St Kilda West with direct access to Jacoby Reserve, a small neighbourhood park.
Project name
Jacoby
Architecture firm
Lucy Clemenger Architects
Location
Saint Kilda West , Australia
Photography
Derek Swalwell