This mid-century property previously offered a dimly lit uninviting entrance with very little cloakroom space. The new configuration boasts an oversized structural rooflight with staggered buttresses offering an instant wow-factor as you enter the London property.
The structural glass rooflight is the ‘pièce de résistance’ within this Brixton House extension boasting a width of over 1.5m and length in excess of 3m. The oversized rooflight soaks the entire reception space which offers plenty of storage and a large timber dressing bench. This transformation is just one of the clever design elements by the architect.
The slim sliding glass doors boast ultra-slim sightlines of just 21mm of aluminium framed profile. The flush threshold detail offers barrier free access between the indoors and outdoors; perfect for its younger occupants!
To the side of the single storey extension, an extra wide slim frameless glass window runs across the centre adjacent to the kitchen sink and cupboards creating a focal point as well as increasing the available daylight and ventilation to the space.
Tall internal glass doors helped define different zones within the Brixton House extension without impeding on the natural light entering the space.