Patrick Harrison's flat working details
A new single-storey extension - living and dining area, kitchen and study - has been formed between two boundary walls at the rear of a Grade A-listed building in Edinburgh's New Town. The kitchen and study are covered with a flat roof; living and dining areas are covered by a curved barrel vault flanked at each side by a pitched rooflight which rests on the higher stone boundary walls. A pair of box gutters, set between the vault and the rooflights, projects beyond the gable and terminates ...
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