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Large Sliding Glass Doors Open This Kitchen And Dining Room To The Backyard

February 7, 2022

Architectural practice Paul Archer Design, has completed a full-house refurbishment and wood-clad rear extension of a semi-detached home in North London, England.

Architectural practice Paul Archer Design, has completed a full-house remodel, including a wood-clad rear extension of this home in London, England.

A modern wood-clad rear extension was added to a semi-detached home.

The new kitchen and dining area opens out onto a split-level terrace, with a built-in bench for seating. Large format polished concrete tiles have been used inside as well as for the outdoor space, creating a cohesive look.

A rear addition with sliding glass doors has large format concrete tiles for flooring.

In addition to the sliding glass doors, a skylight spans the space between the dining area and the kitchen, adding an abundance of natural light to the interior.

In addition to the sliding glass doors, a skylight spans the space between the dining area and the kitchen, adding an abundance of natural light to the interior.

The new main bedroom has been inserted into a newly created space to the rear of the property, with the entrance situated off the side of the main hallway, giving the sense of entering a separate wing of the house and ensuring it feels private. The large floor-to-ceiling windows provide the bedroom with a view of the garden.

The large floor-to-ceiling windows provide this modern bedroom with a view of the garden.
A hallway with a closet leads to the en-suite bathroom.

Here’s a look at one of the original rooms of the home, which has been freshly updated.

A living room with wood floors, a fireplace, and large windows that look out onto the street.
Photography by Jonathan Gooch | Architects: Paul Archer Design | Contractor: Sygnet Style

Source: Contemporist

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