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Our clients for this residential retrofit project wanted to avoid the generic bi-fold door to the garden approach to their side and rear extension.

We developed a simple language of a frameless glazed corner pop out window, which is over-sailed by a timber clad cantilevered canopy, offering shelter to the entrance to the garden.

The material language reflected our client’s love of colour and natural materials – larch cladding externally, cork flooring, birch ply kitchen by Uncommon Projects and exposed steel structure.


Architect : A-Zero Architects

Phillip Toyin, Ross King, Giles Bruce

Structural Design: Fordham Consulting

Contractor : Blero Ltd

Kitchen: Uncommon Projects

Photographs © Adam Scott

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