Christian Brailey Architects has designed this renovation and addition for a home in England, that reworked a studio flat into a house for an architect and panorama designer duo, Christian Brailey and Faye Johnson.
The extension, which is clad in Canadian Douglas Fir slats, kinds a brand new L-shaped area that maximizes the sunshine for the inside.
The extension was totally prefabricated in workshop situations by a workforce of extremely expert carpenters in Devon.
The extension construction, together with all of the doorways and home windows, was then disassembled, transported, craned in, and constructed on-site inside a matter of days.
Inside, the brand new addition features a bed room with an image window and a deep built-in window seat lined in wooden.
Polished concrete flooring run all through the brand new addition, from the bed room, via to the eating room and kitchen, and into the lounge.
The brand new kitchen features a solid concrete countertop, deep Douglas fir plywood cupboards, and a 9-foot (3m) skylight.
The cut up degree permits the kitchen to have an additional excessive ceiling and creates a divide between the comfy residing area and the sensible kitchen.
The lounge has a big 11-foot (3.5m) tall window that showcases the extension and the sheltered courtyard outdoors.
Additional stairs lead from the lounge to the opposite areas of the house.
Within the rest room, small sq. tiles cowl the partitions and ceiling within the tub/bathe space, whereas wooden has been used as an accent materials across the mirror and because the self-importance.
Right here’s a have a look at a few of the development and set up course of.