The owner of this 1930s bungalow in Appleton wanted to increase the amount of living space and improve the connection to the garden with the addition of 2 large areas of glazing.
A new circulation spine was created through the centre of the house by making use of the smallest of 4 existing bedrooms and the outrigger doubled in width to provide an open plan kitchen / living space to the rear.
Bi-folding doors across the back of the house enable the kitchen to be opened out to the garden in the summer months providing continuous use of space inside and out.
- Side extension to outrigger of 1930s bungalow + associated remodelling of roof;
- Limited remodelling to form open-plan kitchen + living space to rear;
- Bifolding door to rear gable to improve connection to garden.