What you’re about to see here is a atypical extension of a Edwardian terrace house in London designed by Paul McAneary Architects. The concept behind the extension is that the interior space should be perceived as a connection to the garden, that the garden can be perceived as an extension of the indoor domestic space.
The stylish modern design of the extension features clear and clean lines, tat are very common in modern architecture. What is interesting is that the whole design has a twist of 30°that allows physical and perceptive overlapping between the indoor and the outdoor spaces. The same idea can be noticed on the zinc facade and also on the external floating deck.
The extension contains a kitchen, a WC and a lounge area. The storage wall is capable to hold a lot of stuff, making it a multifunctional space. Appliances are hidden as much as possible to help the space remain as calm and uncluttered as possible. The light floods the house through the large windows upfront but also through a partial opening in the roof . Light colored floor and ceiling bounce the light so the extension is always bright during the day.