This extension to an Edwardian house creates a harmonious union between different types of space: traditional and modern, indoor and outdoor; cooking and living.
Architect Craig Bamford of SASA Works was briefed to extend the kitchen and create a room with a link to the garden, both visibaly and functionally.
Allowing as much natural light to flood the living space was an important element to the brief but the architect wanted to ensure that only simplistic roof windows with clean lines were specified to ensure the design intention was carried through into the roof design.
All three of the neo™ roof windows were specified on this project and all were approved in the planning application. Two of the roof windows are from the standard range and one is a bespoke neo™ measuring 1230mm wide x 702mm long.
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