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Bryanstone Road, London by Knott Architects


Knott Architects’ brief was to enlarge a family space in a London terrace, without compromising the garden, and to connect the interior and exterior

Forming a dining alcove off the main kitchen space, a glazed slot both divides and joins the two spaces and provides a route to the garden.

The slot is roofed with a double-glazed flat panel and flanked by further panels. A strip of uninterrupted glazing links the existing space with the new area, where oversized frameless glass doors wrap up and over as roof glazing. A strip of cedar cladding also drapes up and over to engineering bricks, which terminate at the boundary line.
Cost: £127,000


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Readers' comments (2)

  • Can someone enlighten me as to how the roof drains?
    Looks like there would be standing water on the timber cladding.

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  • The glass looks like it runs in under the timber and if so how does it drain,the timber will need treated often .

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