Architect Adam Knibb has added a timber-clad extension to a house in Hampshire, which is connected to the former barn building by a frameless glass box.

Adam Knibb adds modern extension to Hampshire barn conversion

Architect Adam Knibb has added a timber-clad extension to a house in Hampshire, which is connected to the former barn building by a frameless glass box.

Private Award Winner 2012 Location: London Building Owner/ Client: Private Architect: David Mikhail Architects Structural Engineer: Heyne Tillett Steel Main Contractor/ Builder & Joinery company: Eurobuild Contractors Ltd Wood Supplier: Finnforest (Metsa) Other associated companies: Element 7 Wood Species & Products Used: Larch – glulam and Siberian cladding This private residential house re-establishes the grandeur of its original condition and upgrades it to a modern family home. The…

Private Award Winner 2012 Location: London Building Owner/ Client: Private Architect: David Mikhail Architects Structural Engineer: Heyne Tillett Steel Main Contractor/ Builder & Joinery company: Eurobuild Contractors Ltd Wood Supplier: Finnforest (Metsa) Other associated companies: Element 7 Wood Species & Products Used: Larch – glulam and Siberian cladding This private residential house re-establishes the grandeur of its original condition and upgrades it to a modern family home. The…

FMD Architects used slender lengths of timber to "stitch" together this narrow Melbourne house and its new garden extension.

FMD Architects used slender lengths of timber to "stitch" together this narrow Melbourne house and its new garden extension.

Architect, Stroud, Cotswolds, Cirencester, Design, Conservation, Listed Building, Extension, Residential, Contemporary

Architect, Stroud, Cotswolds, Cirencester, Design, Conservation, Listed Building, Extension, Residential, Contemporary

Copper Clad House - Graux & Baeyens - the untreated copper cladding will oxidise over time, gradually changing colour from golden brown to vivid turquoise on the walls and roof of this house, giving the building "a poetic impermanence"

Copper-clad house by Graux & Baeyens will change colour over time

Copper Clad House - Graux & Baeyens - the untreated copper cladding will oxidise over time, gradually changing colour from golden brown to vivid turquoise on the walls and roof of this house, giving the building "a poetic impermanence"

CF Architects builds its own timber and glass office on the side of a mid-century home.

CF Architects adds a timber and glass office to a 1950s home

Oh, I love this modern update that still retains the old world charm of the stone and style. So many homes like this in Europe.

Oh, I love this modern update that still retains the old world charm of the stone and style. So many homes like this in Europe.

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