Turner Architects has designed the restoration and extension of a Cubitt-built Georgian terraced house in a conservation area in London, England.
As part of the remodel, the home received a modern wood extension that opens up to the backyard and is covered in a green roof.
The new extension, which has folding glass doors, has a dining room furnished with a black table and chairs, contrasting the white walls and gray floors.
Adjacent to the dining room is a linear wood kitchen with hardware-free cabinets and a dark gray backsplash.
Separating the dining room/kitchen and the minimalist living room is a small courtyard with a tree that’s accessed by a collection of sliding doors.
The thick wood window and door frames of the extension add a warmth to the interior.
The original home retains the formal room arrangement over three storeys, stacking studies, bedrooms, and bathrooms.