Tasked with creating a single storey extension on elevated and heavily sloping topography, in a confined site, this timber frame raised level extension was specifically designed to be able to be brought through the house for construction in the rear garden. Cedar shingle elevations contrast beautifully with the 1960's facade, mounted seamlessly on a structural oak frame. As the cedar silvers the anthracite grey framed glazing will form a recessed shadow to complement the natural shades of the timber.
Internally an open plan dining room and kitchen have been created allowing space for an island breakfast bar forming a subtle room division. Clever use of lighting has integrated new and old, with retro gloss cabinetry completing the look.