Brief: A lovely cottage already extended with a large garden, but little view or easy connection with it. Small kitchen with split level down to restricted dining area was not taking advantage of the garden views. Small front bedroom to small and dark for reasonable use.

Proposed: By extending the rear corner of the house with a wrap-around orangery styled extension providing garden views in all three directions and added light from the twin roof lantern - provides a stunning kitchen, dining and garden sitting room all in one. With the rear garden falling away to the North, twin East and West facing terraces were chosen to provide better light and garden connection at all times of the day.

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