Architecture · March 19, 2021 0

A Glass Extension Adds Space And Light To This Home In London

Architecture firm Finkernagel Ross has designed a modern glass extension for the rear of a home in London, England.

The new dramatic double-height frameless glass extension encapsulates the new family living areas and the first floor above. Structural silicone glazing has been used to draw maximum light into the extension and the existing home beyond.

This new dramatic double height frameless glass extension encapsulates the new family living areas and the first floor above. Structural silicone glazing has been used to draw maximum light into the extension and the existing home beyond. #GlassExtension #GlassHouseExtension #GlassAddition #Architecture #Windows

Designed with entertaining in mind, the extension allowed for the creation of a living space, dining area, and a slightly raised modern kitchen with dark cabinets, concrete floors, and oak countertops.

Designed with entertaining in mind, this modern house extension allowed for the creation of a living space, dining area, and a slightly raised modern kitchen with dark cabinets, concrete floors, and a oak countertops. #DarkKitchen #WoodCountertop #ConcreteFloor #DarkCabinets #KitchenDesign

The extension is heated by a suspended pivoting fireplace, while floor-to-ceiling sliding doors provide access to the patio and raised secluded garden.

This modern glass house extension features a pivoting fireplace, while floor-to-ceiling sliding doors provide access to the patio and raised secluded garden. #PivotingFireplace #FireplaceIdeas #Patio #Garden #SlidingDoors
Photography by Nathalie Priem | Architect: Finkernagel Ross