Manber Jeffries House

2022-05-09T18:31:13+01:00

James Alder Architects has added a russet extension to a home in north-west London, which has a steeply pitched roof following the outline of a now demolished lean-to.

Manber Jeffries House2022-05-09T18:31:13+01:00

Hipped House

2022-05-11T11:56:28+01:00

Oliver Leech Architects has extended an inter-war house in Epsom, Surrey, adding a hipped roof extension covered in custom-made tiles to accentuate the form of the original property.

Hipped House2022-05-11T11:56:28+01:00

Cloak House

2022-03-02T18:17:20+01:00

Threefold Architects has extended and remodelled an Edwardian home in Muswell Hill, north London, adding a contemporary extension behind the restored red brick facade to create a "house of two halves".

Cloak House2022-03-02T18:17:20+01:00

Holborn House

2022-05-11T11:58:19+01:00

6a Architects has refurbished and extended a run-down gym in central London to create a new community centre featuring an etched-glass facade by the artist Caragh Thuring.

Holborn House2022-05-11T11:58:19+01:00

St George’s Bristol

2021-10-08T13:29:35+01:00

Patel Taylor’s extension to the Grade II*-listed St George's Bristol concert venue has been named overall winner of the Schüco Excellence Awards 2021.

St George’s Bristol2021-10-08T13:29:35+01:00

Fin House

2021-08-19T15:07:00+01:00

Architect Stephanie Thum-Bonanno has added a stepped brick extension to her east London home, introducing vertical oak fins that frame views out to the garden.

Fin House2021-08-19T15:07:00+01:00

Manchester Jewish Museum

2021-08-25T16:39:08+01:00

With genuine community engagement embedded in the design process, Citizens Design Bureau has carried out a sensitive refurbishment and extension of Manchester’s Jewish Museum. New Architecture Writers Nyima Murry and Lela Sujani speak to practice director Katy Marks ahead of the opening.

Manchester Jewish Museum2021-08-25T16:39:08+01:00

Wooden Annex

2022-05-11T12:01:24+01:00

Tsuruta Architects has added an entirely timber extension to a 1950s terrace in south London, using a flat-pack of over one thousand wooden parts assembled onsite like a piece of Ikea furniture.

Wooden Annex2022-05-11T12:01:24+01:00