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The Brief:

This period property already featured a rear conservatory extension, providing ample space for the client’s needs. Seeking to maximize its potential, they turned to BetterLivingSpace for a thoughtful repurposing of this area.

The Architectural Design & Structural Engineering:

Once a classic conservatory, this space was known for its temperature extremes—sweltering in summer and chilly in winter. However, times have changed, and the desire now leans toward a more open, spacious room. We took down the rear wall of the house, using an enlarged goal post frame to accommodate the basement and high ceilings. The conservatory is no more, replaced by a single, generously proportioned open-plan area. Workspaces, a WC, utility room, boot room, and pantry now symmetrically flank the sides.

The Result:

In this spacious, well-lit room with high ceilings, you’ll find ample dining space and a generously sized kitchen. The tasteful decor includes stone cladding that complements the period features of the house, along with exposed steel.

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