The side return was infilled with a black brick clad pure geometrical form that mirrors the geometry of the host property and echoes the materiality of the Grade II listed building adjacent to the property.
Large panes of glass allow unobstructed views to the garden and allow natural light into the property.
The new extension houses a large kitchen, dining space and utility room enabling the old utility room to be transformed into a new study.
A high contrast monochrome palette of materials was used throughout the ground floor area. This was complemented with powder coated metal cladding and a lava polished mortar feature wall running the full length of the extension. The existing brick exterior wall was retained internally as a reminder of the boundary of the host property.